Greensboro, North Carolina
Jenna Rice is an artist based in Greensboro, North Carolina. Born and raised in New England, Rice made her way south in 2007 to further her education at Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida. She achieved her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Studio Art in 2012.
Rice enjoys playing with different colors, styles, and media. A versatile artist, Rice has been hired for various commissions throughout the city: including but not limited to menu boards, window paintings, and murals of all kinds.
Rice continues to paint at various outdoor locations or in her studio- located at 205 Collaborative on Lyndon Street. Studio visits are by appointment only. Please contact email@example.com for any inquiries.
- 2012 B.F.A. Florida Southern College
- Studio Art- Painting Concentration
- 2020- Solo Exhibit at the Carolina Theatre
- 2013- Young Emerging Artists Exhibition, Arts on the Park, Lakeland Florida
- 2012- Senior Thesis Exhibition, Melvin Gallery, Lakeland Florida
Grants & Achievements
- 2020- Street Painting of George Floyd donated to the Smithsonian Institute: The National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC)
- 2019- First Place, Winston Salem Food Truck Festival Chalk Art Competition
- 2018- First Place, Greensboro Food Truck Festival Chalk Art Competition
- 2013- Best of Show, Young Emerging Artist Exhibition, Arts on the Park, Lakeland Florida