Predictably, Jennifer grew up on the family farm near Calgary, Canada, with horses, and has been passionately studying and painting them since she was 8 years old.
She attended Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee, Scotland, and the Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary. During art school years, Mack was strongly discouraged from drawing horses, so she diversified into textiles, ceramics, and mixed media where she continued to develop her personal sense of composition, texture, color, and expression.
During a trip to Africa, Jennifer discovered an ethereal herd of feral horses in the Namib Desert. She stayed, and drew, and observed – and was thrown clearly and irrevocably back into the vision of her first love, freedom- the Horse –
Jennifer is now a full time Equine artist. She is represented by galleries nationally and exhibits at the Spruce Meadows Masters tournament annually. Mack is sought after locally and internationally, by horse lovers, private collectors, and corporations, and can be found in her studio in Calgary.
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