Jennifer Taylor's work is far from ordinary. Her unique way of using a brush and knife are revealed in the brushstrokes of each piece. What she tries to accomplish in each piece is to define its unique "feeling" with the setting. Was it windy? Was there a crowd? Was there silence? What was the mood of the artist, as well as the mood of the subject matter? So many thoughts, and yet so many moments of meditation. Jennifer uses a large brush to lay in initial color patterns, then switches to a knife, and smaller brush, and maybe other tools at hand, even fingers, to move paint around where she wants to soften a line or harden one. It is a fearless method of painting, as she makes quick decisions with her tools.