Art is to be touched . Art is to feel . Art is to evoke emotion . Art is to transcend

My work is autobiographical, rooted in personal history. As a contemporary visual artist working in sculpture and painting, my creative process investigates the relationship between the conscious and subconcious, the shadow side and unspoken emotions. 

I exhibit my work regularly in both solo and group exhibitions. My work has been included in many gallery and museum exhibitions including the Tyler Museum Of Art, the Gallery at North Haven Gardens and the Arlington Museum Of Art. My art is also held in various corporate and private collections around the country.

My paintings have been published in Art Buzz, a contemporary fine art book of emerging artists and Innovators Combatting Addiction, a visual arts book on Addiction and Art. My art has been featured on magazine covers both nationally and internationally including Professional Artist Magazine and Hopkins Medical Journal.

EDUCATION

I have formal training and degrees in both art and psychology. I hold a Textile Design Degree from FIT in NY. I have studied art at The Art Students League and School Of Visual Arts in NY. I have training as a Psychotherapist from the Academy of Clinical and Applied Psychoanalysis in NJ. I hold an MSW from Fordham University in NY and have art therapy training from The Psychodrama Institute in NY.

Jill Nonnemacher

Jill Nonnemacher