“L’anse aux Basques/Boat tapestry”
(2014) 36″ x 60″
(2008) 24″ x 36″
Jennifer Galliott’s Statement
I continuously draw inspiration from the ocean and vast landscapes of Newfoundland. My work utilizes my personal memories and experiences of Newfoundland to evoke those of the viewer. I try and use recognizable human elements while remaining abstract enough that the viewer’s own memories are allowed to surface.
Each one of my tapestries are designed and woven by me. I find colour is very important within my weaving and designs. I spend a large amount of time collecting colours, weaving and unweaving until I get the desired effect.
“Bonne Bay and her Stories”
(2015) 60″ x 84″
Jennifer Galliott’s Biography
Jennifer has a Bachelor of Fine Arts, with a major in textiles from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. Along with studying in “NSCAD”, Jennifer has attendant Alberta College of Art, Finished a self-lead textile travel study in New Zealand, opened a hands on studio space on the west coast of Newfoundland and is currently an artist in residence at the Anna Templeton Centre.