Diverse art reflects the character of a city

by Tacoma Arts, December 29, 2012

"'Anteroom', an oil on canvas by Jennifer Frohwerk, is part of a series exploring the theme of how individuals relate to physical sites undergoing construction."


The CVG Show 2012

by Bernard Jacobson

"Another top entry for me was-perhaps not surprisingly-one of the smallest paintings in the show: Jennifer Frohwerk's "Anteroom," just nine inches square, but evoking in its graceful portrayal of a young woman gazing out of a window a real sense of character that grew on me the longer I looked at it."

Queen Anne/Magnolia Tool Kit 2003

Cover art

Queen Anne/Magnolia Tool Kit 2003 Cover

Looking at the world in her own way: Jenny Frohwerk’s art has steadily attracted followers in a short time

by Maggie Larrick, photo by Bradley Enghaus, Queen Anne/Magnolia News, News page 17, October 23, 2002

“Although she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in fine arts/studio art from Indiana University in May 1999, arriving in Seattle later that year, people already seem to have taken to Frohwerk’s art.”

Looking at the world in her own way

Tiger burns bright in new children’s book

by Mike Dillon, Queen Anne/Magnolia News, Impulse arts et cetera page 11, May 29, 2002

“Frohwerk’s tiger, sensually rendered in watercolors, is powerful and life-like.”

The Rainbow Tiger Book Cover

The Rainbow Tiger. Illus. by Jennifer Frohwerk

Nordholm, Gayle. Booklist, Volume 98 Number 17, Reviews pages 1534 – 1535, May 1, 2002

“…the finely crafted artwork is a pleasure. Loosely executed watercolors in jungle colors (with Popsicle hues on the rainbow tiger) are delightful, and each spread has something interesting to see.”

The Rainbow Tiger Illustration

Strolling in Queen Anne: Gearing up for Uptown’s second annual arts festival,

by Maggie Larrick, photo by Bradley Enghaus, Queen Anne/Magnolia News, Arts page 11, August 15, 2001

“Uptown artist Jenny Frohwerk holds up the poster she designed for this year’s Uptown Stroll, lower Queen Anne’s annual arts festival. Stroll co-chair Joy Golliver discovered Frohwerk and her talents when Golliver was walking through the Seattle Center and spotted the artist sketching.”


Strolling in Queen Anne