About the Artist
Jennifer Frith is an encourager who happens to be an artist.
She has long been inspired by her love of animals, a playful spirit, and sources of hope and encouragement in a hurting world. She believes that animals are the best encouragers.
Jennifer is a published children's book illustrator whose work includes The Rabbit Who Wished He Could Fly, The Lost Squirrel, and Maggie Likes Monster Trucks. Her books can be found on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.
She has also been featured in the following publications:
Jennifer shares her artwork for the sheer joy it brings to herself and her loved ones, with the hopes that it will help to make the world a brighter place. She creates vibrant animal portraits, sketchbook pages, gratitude journals, art prints, and freelance illustrations. She also enjoys encouraging other artists on her blog, where she regularly shares her art tips and adventures. Her latest project is The Gratitude 52 Community, in which she invites artists of all skill levels to join her in looking for the good and recording their findings in a gratitude sketchbook.
Jennifer's favorite materials are her trusty pencils, sketchbook, and tin of watercolors.
She resides at her home in Pennsylvania with her husband, daughter, and her fish named Chuck. She plans to one day adopt a Bulldog.
Animals are the best encouragers.
Laughter is the best medicine.
Art is healing.
Journaling is therapeutic.
Today is a gift.
Brokenness can lead to beauty.