Frame it up. The Deny Modern and Classic Framed Art Print takes away all the hassle of finding the right frame for your art. The art is printed with archival, fade-resistant inks—and the frames are available in black or white with a variety of sizes so no matter your design needs, we have just the option for you. The Classic frame style is wider than our Modern frame for a more traditional, gallery-style look. The Modern frame style is narrower but deeper than the Classic frame for a sleek alternative. Sprinkle in different sizes and maybe an art canvas or two to help create a picture-perfect art collection. And the best part? Every purchase pays the artist who designed it—supporting creativity worldwide.
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Jenny Grumbles grew up in southern California and spent her summers and college years living in Dallas, Texas and Atlanta, Georgia. After studying journalism and studio art at Southern Methodist University in 2002, she devoted her time to painting and founding the J.Grumbles Studio in San Diego. Jenny has been represented in galleries and shops in California, Georgia, and Texas.
Since realizing her passion in painting in 1994, she has created an impressionist style with loose brush strokes and an emphasis on light and color. There is never black on her palette (unless necessary for a specific commission or modern piece). She uses color to make her own version of black paint. Her subject matter includes everything from children on the beach to home interiors, florals, cities, abstracts and commissioned work. Jenny attributes much of her success to her mentor, the renowned Claudia Hartley, and to gallery owner, Anne Irwin, of Atlanta.
Jenny also uses her creative skills to devote time to another passion: her own home decorating/furnishings business, Uptown Country Home, where she was the proprietor of her own retail store for ten years. During this time, she was a buyer on A&E’s hit series Storage Wars Texas for 36 episodes. After giving birth to her son in 2014, she closed her retail store to focus primarily on her painting. She currently resides in Dallas, Texas with her husband, Loren, and her son, Thompson Cook.