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Jennifer Ghormley

Jennifer Ghormley is a working artist who employs a variety of techniques in the translation of ideas into works of art. She received her MFA in printmaking in 2006 from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln and her BFA in 2002 from Metropolitan State College of Denver. From 2007-09, Ms. Ghormley was the Printmaking studio manager at Anderson Ranch Art Center, located near Aspen, CO. Jennifer actively shows her work through national juried exhibitions and invitational portfolios; she is Managing Editor for the Mid-America Print Council Journal; on the Board of Curators for the Aspen Chapel Gallery, and served as Program Coordinator for the Venice Printmaking Studio from 2012-14. Currently, Jennifer is a resident artist at Redline, she teaches artistic courses and workshops for Art Students League, and national organizations. She enjoys visiting artist trips, giving lectures and demos, interacting with artists of all ages, and inspiring them with creative possibilities. To embrace all of her imagination, Jennifer also creates artwork as Jen G Studios. Read More.


Education Programs

Education at RedLIne is a innovative and accessible program that engages the community in exploration of art along with providing a resource that nurtures the multifaceted relationships present between art, artists and the public. Our vision is create sustainable and impactful programming that meets the needs of the community while developing learners that are invested in their education, their world and the transformative power of art. Read More.


Community Studio

The Community Studio is an educational space for the community at-large to experience and practice art alongside artist, instructors, fellow students and neighbors. Participants are invited to deepen their appreciation for art through hands-on activities central to RedLine’s goal of bolstering the relationship between art, artist and the public. The Community Studio and programs serves as a resource for youth and adults based on the needs expressed by community members. Read More.