Jennifer Vranes is best known for her large and vibrant paintings of Aspen forests and European landscapes. Her trademarked technique, using a palette knife to 'sculpt' in thick textures, has become a favorite among collectors and art galleries world-wide.
The art industry's leading magazine, Art Business News, spotlighted Vranes in the article "Time Honored Appeal," as one of the world's top selling landscape artists. Art Business News later published a special edition on Today's Top Artists, and included an editorial marking Vranes as America's 'Artist to Watch.'
Vranes' unique paintings continue to gain attention on an international level. Her artwork was recently secured by the U.S. State Department to be placed in the "ART in Embassies" collection in Bamako, Mali. This exclusive program is a vital form of cultural diplomacy for United States Embassies, and State Department curators selected the paintings of Jennifer Vranes to represent the talent of the United States of America to dignitaries of all countries.
Vranes studied oil painting at Brigham Young University, graduating with a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree. An avid traveler, Vranes finds inspiration from the beautiful places she has seen around the world. Through her art, she transports the viewer to Tuscany where poppies grow wildly in breathtaking meadows; or to France where fragrant lavender is farmed in lush rows; or to the Rocky Mountains where groves of aspens quake near rolling streams and rivers. Vranes finds the most beautiful gems of nature, and captures them on canvas for all to experience and enjoy.