Jennifer Johnson giclée prints are offered on either canvas and quality Fine Art paper. Bitterroot Frames gives you the choice of getting your giclée prints shipped to you rolled, mounted on foam core or stretched on stretcher bars. Shipping rates will be assessed after purchase and based on size, weight and desired destination. We recommend the paper prints are placed under glass for their protection. Canvas prints are sprayed with a UV protection coat, as a result they can be framed and hung without being placed under glass. Custom sizes can be requested via email or phone. All the prints that we offer are available with the option to add the artist signature. Custom Frames are available to compliment your order, check out framing options here. Please email us with any questions.
We have 17 different Jennifer Johnson giclée prints to choose from; Glacier Bison, Glacier National Park, Yellowstone Big Horn, Yellowstone National Park, Yellowstone Bison, Grizzly in Bear Grass, Vintage Glacier Poster, Grand Teton Bison, Grand Canyon National Park, Vintage Grand Prismatic Bison, Vintage Teton Moose, Bryce Canyon National Park, Arches National Park, Vintage Yellowstone Bison, Vintage Yellowstone Moose, Sperry Chalet Poster, and Vintage Yellowstone Bison Poster.
Jennifer received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Kansas in 1996. She was directed into the Graphic Design field and put down the canvas and paint for computers. After college, her first job was a graphic designer for a clothing company where she designed promotional materials, directed photo shoots, and designed catalogs. Her career took a different direction in 1999, when she quit her job and took a leap of faith to start her own faux painting business. She applied and painted custom wall finishes in private homes, including Italian inspired plasters and murals. To remain on the cutting edge of the faux painting market, Jennifer studied in Italy with a master faux finisher and muralist. Jennifer’s work was featured in several Kansas City home and garden magazines. Jennifer was the most sought after faux finisher in Kansas City. The experience in Italy sparked her desire to paint landscapes. In 2005, her husband Roy was offered a job to relocate to Colorado. They made the difficult decision to shut down Jen’s business so they could be closer to the outdoor lifestyle that they loved. Jennifer and Roy reside in Lakewood, CO with their three boys Grant, Sean, and Mark. She has been balancing being a mother and a landscape painter for the last 10 years. She enjoys plein air painting and the challenge of capturing an ever changing and nuanced scene.