Jennine's passion is the human form. Her study starts with life drawing and while this is arguably the most challenging part of the process, it encourages strong observation and is the foundation to the structure of her work. When sculpting she captures the living world, communicates life, movement and personality by recreating the lines and shapes of the human figure.
She generally hand builds each piece using a wet clay or an oil based clay depending on the final result she wants to achieve. She usually works with a block of clay that she can carve into. However, when using oil based clay, she creates a wire frame to give her the flexibility to bend into the desired shape.
Once the piece is completed, it is sent off to the foundry where the piece is produced in Bronze, using a lost wax process. This results in a wonderful transition from clay to bronze which is the final evolution of the creative process.