Hi, I'm Jennette!

I'm a freelance, self-taught stay at home mother and artist from Salt Lake City, Utah. I'm a lover of all things geek and pop-culture. I'm also very into fantasy creatures and mythical worlds. I'm kind of a 'jack of all trades' type artist. My most skilled medium is digital art. I also enjoy other hobbies such as sidewalk chalk art, cosplay/costuming, and occasionally do a bit of home decor and crafting.

I graduated with my Bachelors degree in Music and Music Education from Brigham Young University-Idaho in 2010, studying flute. I realized too late that despite music being a serious passion of mine, that it wasn't what I wanted to do with my life. I wish to this day that I had chosen to pursue a career in art instead. Since graduating, my main focus has shifted to becoming a professional artist.

My love for art started at a very young age. My mom started me in local child art classes, but while everyone would be drawing faces and figures and I'd be off on my own drawing dragons and dinosaurs. Today I'm no different. I think drawing everyday stuff is boring, and creating an alternate reality through art is one of the reasons I love it so much. Normal just isn't fun enough. ;)

My art career didn't take off until years later after I married at the end of 2006. After a long art hiatus, I decided to give my art another try. I received my first digital drawing tablet for my 20th birthday in 2007 and I've been perfecting my craft ever since! 

Skills & Tools Used

Digital - Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe illustrator, Wacom Cintiq 13HD, iPad Pro/Procreate

Traditional - Copic markers, watercolor, micron pens, pencils, chalk pastels

Photography - Canon T5i, Adobe Lightroom

Textile - costuming/cosplay, resin casting, worbla, leather.

Awards & Recognitions

Viewers Choice Award - The pop-culture giant Dorkly.com's fan favorite artist. Art showcased at C2E2 (Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo) in 2014.

Daily Deviations - deviantART.com's exclusive daily feature, once in 2011 and twice in 2012.


Chalk Artwork Awards - Chalk Art Festival, Gateway Mall SLC, UT, 2nd place 2012.

South Jordan UT Chalk Art, 2nd place, 2012 & 2013.

Sidewalk Days, Foothill Village SLC, UT, 3rd place 2013


Do you take commissions? Yes, as often as I can! I'm always willing to give you a quote, but I may or may not be available for commissions. Life is busy! I'm a mother of two kids and my time is limited. But when I do open for slots, I always announce it on social media! If you want to be first to know when I open, follow me or sign up for my waitlist! 

Do you take free art requests? No, I only take paid commissions. Just because I say I'm a "freelance" artist doesn't mean my services are free. All that means is that I work independently, not for any business or corporation. This is a real BUSINESS that I take very seriously. I am also a stay at home mother, so my time is limited. If I must take time away from my family, I want to be properly compensated financially (just like any job). 

Will you take art trades? Sometimes, but I'm very picky! I already have enough artwork on my wall haha! I will occasionally do trades for unique items like craft, cosplay items, sculptures, etc., but not art. It's got to be something really unique for me to consider it a trade. 

Do you do collaborations? If time allows, I try! Skill has to be at an equal level though for it to be worth it for me. That might sound rude, but it seems only fair that both artists do equal amount of work on a piece of art.

Can I use your artwork for reference? Yes, I am totally okay with this! The only thing I ask is that you ask permission first (out of courtesy), and credit back to me. Please don't blatantly trace my works. Be original and recreate it on your own. Please share your works when you're done!



Can I feature your artwork? YES PLEASE! Exposure of an artist's art is so important, and I'm always honored that people will go out of their way to showcase my art to their friends and family. You can feature my art on any form of social media, but please, if you do, credit back to the image or at the very least my website or deviantART profile. That way people know where to find the originals.

Can you teach me how to draw? Not personally, but I can give you some advise! Use references and practice practice practice! It might seem like a cop-out, but that's literally how its done. Whatever you want to draw, you gotta find a reference, practice, reference, practice, and on and on... There is no secret recipe!

Why don't you draw werewolf/anthro art anymore? My most frequently asked question, and the answer is simple: I lost the passion for it. I started out my artwork career doing nothing but werewolves and anthros. As much fun as I had at the time, it got old real quick and I wanted to move on to many different art forms. I will still occasionally dabble in some anthro, but I want a clean slate from that life and I'm much happier now drawing subjects that I love!

Can I be your friend? I get asked this a lot, but I'm online for my art and business, and not really interested in making friends. Sometimes friendships can happen natural between me and my clients. Usually this happens at conventions and shows, so if you see me come say hi! I'm fine with chatting! Just stay awesome and who knows what could happen!