Jen Huber paints acrylic, watercolor, and mixed media paintings from life and from her head. Educated in Fine Arts at University of California, Santa Cruz, her work originally slanted toward classical and representational styles, whether capturing landscapes, still lifes or portraits. Her art has appeared in restaurants and cafes throughout the Bay Area, including Hobee’s in Palo Alto and the Coffee Society in Cupertino. After living in California most of her life, she moved with her husband to Baltimore, MD, for eight years, where she traded the golden hills and open spaces for streets lined with brownstones, shaded sidewalks, gas stations, and McDonald’s. The Lisa Coscino gallery in Pacific Grove picked up her work at this time. In the past few years, Jen Huber painted the utility boxes “Kite Day” and “1953” for the City of Dublin. She also displays her work regularly at various venues, such as Mixed Media Art show in Livermore Community Center, the Pleasanton Art League Annual Members Show, and the Fresh Works Show at the Harrington Gallery in Plesanton, CA. Check out Jen huber’s art, both the tasteful, classical, work and her whimsical paintings at her website: jenhuberette.wordpress.com.