Jen Blazina resides and has a studio in Philadelphia where she is a working artist showing in solo and group exhibitions nationally and internationally.
Some other highlights of her solo exhibitions are: Another Garden, Melissa Morgan Fine Arts, Palm Spring, CA; A Remembrance, Koelsch Gallery, Houston, TX; Watches, Paxon Gate Gallery, San Francisco, CA; Bittersweet, Affordable Art Fair, Represented by Divergence Fine Art Gallery, NY, NY; Garden of Decadence, Pictura, Dordrecht, Netherlands; Oracle, Kunstoffice, Berlin, Germany; The Bridge International during Art Basel Miami, Represented by Marx Saunders Gallery, Miami, FL; and Bittersweet at Scuola di Graphica, Venice, Italy.
She has been awarded numerous residencies including: European Ceramic Work Centre, SG ‘s-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands; Djerassi Resident Artists Program, Woodside CA; The National Endowment for the Arts Grant to fund a fellowship at the Women’s Studio Workshop, Rosendale, NY; Toos Neger in Dordrecht, Netherlands; Frans Masserel Centre, Kasterlee, Belgium; Scuola di Graphica in Venice, Italy; Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, CA; The Creative Glass Center of America’s Residency Fellowship in New Jersey; Millay Colony for the Arts in New York. She has also been awarded numerous grants including the Leeway Foundation Grant, the Maryland State Arts Council, and the Independence Foundation Grant.
She has gallery representation at multiple galleries which include: Jack Fischer Gallery, San Francisco; Divergence Fine Art Gallery, Baltimore, MD; Melissa Morgan Fine Arts Gallery, Palm Desert, CA; and Morgan Contemporary Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA.
Jen Blazina received her M.F.A. in printmaking from Cranbrook Academy of Art, her B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College in New York and her B.F.A., cum laude, from the State University of New York at Purchase College. She is a currently a professor of Fine Arts at Drexel University.