about the artist
Contemporary mixed media artist Jenna Webb specializes in vibrant unexpected, bold works infused with her positive spirit and energy. Numerous years of business management work in a left-brained space fueled Jenna's drive to become a full time artist. Her brave career transition has served her uncommon creativity allowing her to ultimately share her gift with you. She is passionate about nature, beauty, positivity, travel, and interior design. Her artwork reflects the beauty she sees and the light she wants you to feel. Jenna creates from her studio in Raleigh, NC, which she shares with Gus and Lola, her Boston Terrier and French Bulldog.
I found myself in costa rica
In the midst of a soul-searching journey, I found myself on a yoga retreat in Costa Rica. I was in the middle of a gorgeous waterfall hike when I finally released a heavy load of bullshit I was carrying around. Through a tearful face and some anxious yelling that may have perplexed a few howler monkeys, I let. it. all. out. because I knew it was the last time I was going to feel that pain. I sent those negative feelings down the Costa Rican river for the jungle to wash away forever. As I turned to take a step toward the waterfall, I already felt much lighter. I was ready to move forward in my purpose-filled life.
release what does not serve you. literally...even if it's your bikini top!
When you finally let go of what is no longer serving a purpose in your life, you clear up precious real estate in your mind to open yourself up to what the universe has in store for you. That's when the REAL magic happens! Inspiring people through art is my life’s purpose. Costa Rica was the catalyst.
My mission is to capture the world's beauty and inspire self-love
I believe we are happiest when we are true to ourselves, love ourselves, and especially when we are bold and express ourselves. It lights me on FIRE to bring beauty and inspiration to your space. I cannot wait to help you create a space that reflects your soul!
positively beautiful art, Two Ways
Photographs by Mary Beth Koeth