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Our prints are made with the best technology known as giclee and result in a semi gloss matte finish that locks in the true colors of the originals. This results in a lasting effect for centuries. The prints look as though the original work of art is before your eyes!
Justin Michael Jenkins has been
a professional artist, writer, illustrator, and designer for over
two years now. He spent five intensive years at West Virginia University in the Graphic Design program and advanced drawing and painting programs. After completion of college, the artist was drawn to freelance work and commissioned art. He has completed numerous portraits and also remains committed to his unique style of
bold surreal pencil works in many collections. He specializes in the mediums of colored pencil, acrylic, and pencil. He works out of his studio in Morgantown, West Virginia.
Early childhood introduced the artist to his fathers surreal pencil drawings on the walls of the house. He soon began drawing portraits of many historical
figures and was drawn to the many interesting faces. His first exhibition came at the age of nine at Dayspring Gallery in his hometown of Saratoga Springs, New York.
As soon as he arrived at college, a wave of creativity began to propel his work to another level.
A unique style emerged from his output that combined imagination, color, and the breakdown of form into complex surreal abstractions. He majored in Graphic Design and Advanced Drawing.
Immediately after leaving college, the artist remained steadfast in his commitment to producing lots of work. After completion of a 13
foot mural, the artist began a streak of 40 acrylic compositions over a period of 3 years. A
unique style emerged that fused color, form, shape and imagination.
Hello and welcome to Imaginative Pencil.com. While i was sitting in front of my computer thinking of something to say to you and the visitors, i want to try and convey what my work means to me and what i want it do for you.
My passion for creating started at a very young age and has stood the test of time because my passion is not only everlasting, but i NEED to create. Without this creative process in my life, i am empty and will cease to exist spiritually and without a solid meaning.
Whatever you may think of my style of work i value and respect every opinion, but truly hope when you leave this site you gain "something" from viewing my drawings. With that in mind. Imaginative Pencil.com was formed to present the world with serious art that is done by a professional artist and sold as high quality framed prints for your home or office. I truly want everyone to own one of my works and i hope our prices spark your interest! Thanks for stopping by.
How do you start a new work?
I start with a concrete idea in my head then left it flow from a starting point on the page and make quick changes as i create.
What inspires your work?
I get inspiration from the universe and from everything around me.
Why do you use lots of color?
I think its my spirit and enthusiasm radiating from within me and it naturally generates more color in my work.
Why use the medium of pencil?
I always loved to draw. I also love to paint for color. So the combination of the two led me to this medium naturally.