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Jenalee Harmon Weathering the Dry Spell

28 Jul 2015 12:47 PM | Anonymous

It’s almost August, which means it’s time for the third and final installment of Drought Resistant. Cathy Ellis and Megan Mueller have each already exhibited their work as part of CJM::LA’s summer series devoted to showcasing local contemporary art. Now it’s Jenalee Harmon’s turn to tackle the theme and show that contemporary art persists.

Slippery When Wet by Jenalee Harmon

Local artist Jenalee Harmon works with vibrant color palettes and sleek, photographic materials to arrest your attention from a distance. She converges image and object is sure to make you do a triple take, putting forth curious pieces that leave you with more questions than answers.

Harmon earned her MFA from UCSB and has since worked professionally in Southern California. She shows regularly, and will be exhibiting at Peak Experiences at Shangri-LA in Joshua Tree this coming September. Locally, her work has been shown in the Mystical Absolutes exhibit at UCSB as well as in Nervous for a New Reason and Ectoplastic Fantastic in Santa Barbara.

Harmon’s solo Drought Resistant show runs from August 3 through August 28. You can join the reception at CJM::LA (300 E. Canon Perdido St., #C-2) on Thursday, August 6 from 5-8pm. 

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