Featured Artist Jennifer Beavers

Award-winning Arizona artist Jennifer S. Beavers specializes in macro photography, and her unique photographic and digital designs appear internationally on wall art and home décor products. Visit her website to see more.

 

"Expectant" Photography by Jennifer Beavers. See her feature at www.ArtsyShark.com

“Expectant” Photography, sizes vary

 

My signature style results from a keen eye, along with innovative photography and post-production techniques that I’ve developed over the years. Floral and botanical elements are featured in my artwork.

 

"Close" Photography by Jennifer Beavers. See her work at www.ArtsyShark.com

“Close” Photography, sizes vary

 

These designs range from detailed to abstract, and bold to tranquil. I photograph close-up views of my subjects or “models” as I like to call them. As I look through my camera lens, nature displays its sheer splendor and invites me to capture its optically fleeting characteristics.

 

"Remembering My Girl" in situ, Photography by Jennifer S. Beavers. See her work at www.ArtsyShark.com

“Remembering My Girl” in situ, Photography, sizes vary

 

My rarely seen compositions allow observers to appreciate the astonishing intricacies found only in the natural world.

 

"Antique Paper Petals" Photography by Jennifer Beavers. See her work at www.ArtsyShark.com

“Antique Paper Petals” Photography, sizes vary

 

It’s gratifying when I hear viewers tell me how my photographs evoke feelings of peace, optimism, and inspiration.  In today’s high-stress society, consumers are looking for ways to infuse happiness and tranquility into their lifestyle.

 

"Sweet Dreams" Photography by Jennifer Beavers. See her work at www.ArtsyShark.com

“Sweet Dreams” Photography, sizes vary

 

With my photo art appearing on various products, it’s an ideal outlet to exponentially reach more individuals with the positive aspects of my images. At home, work or wherever life takes them, they can surround themselves with the wonder of nature and experience its benefits. I’m delighted my work has this influence.

 

"Iris" in situ, Photography by Jennifer Beavers. See her work at www.ArtsyShark.com

“Iris” in situ, Photography, sizes vary

 

As I flourish as a photographic artist, I continue to experience the natural world in a more intimate way through my camera. I’m captivated by the effortless way nature transcends confusion and chaos to reveal order and beauty.

 

"Standing in the Sun" Photography by Jennifer Beavers. See her work at www.ArtsyShark.com

“Standing in the Sun” Photography, sizes vary

 

The process continues to be a life-enriching experience. I see more. Celebrate more. Enjoy more. Appreciate more. My sincerest hope is my work will allow others to pause and savor the beauty in the world — especially the details.

 

"He Kissed Me in a Dream" Photography by Jennifer Beavers. See her work at www.ArtsyShark.com

“He Kissed Me in a Dream” Photography, sizes vary

 

My work has been displayed in fine art exhibitions, and my images have been published in the books Faith and Photography and The Second Cup: Personal Leadership Brew.

 

Jennifer invites you to follow her on Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest.

Comments

  1. Your art is absolutely stunning! What great composition, color and — well, everything!

  2. Absolutely spectacular! A feeling of peace along with the beauty of your artwork in each unique capture.

  3. Jennifer,
    I only met you a few weeks ago but you have been an inspiration both artistically and professionally. Your work is astonishing. Thank you.

  4. Khalidah G. says:

    Truly beautiful, stunning…….thank you for those moments of peace…

  5. Viviyanna says:

    Absolutely awe-inspiring. You look at the details while others are looking at the big picture. Love your works of beautifully awesome artistry. More than just photography.

  6. Hi there, Jennifer Beavers. I also live in Arizona, Flagstaff. I love your photography and you might be my new hero. I also do fine art photography and especially love macro photography. I’ve been using my iPhone 6 more than my Canon D50 but maybe I need to expand my range. I seldom travel out of Flagstaff because it’s so hot in Phoenix and Tucson. But maybe in the winter when it is absolutely warm and beautiful in these cities, and if you actually live in one of these metropolitan areas, I can come to your studio. And maybe you could give me some ideas and feedback on my work. Just a thought. Just asking.

    • Greetings Marrianna, thank you! It’s a joy meeting a fellow artist who shares a love for macro photography. Hope we can stay connected; I’m on LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.

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