Jennifer Fisher first fell in love with art when as a child she would cut up old magazines and junk mail and make collages with them. She also spent endless hours sewing bits of fabric together, making God’s Eyes at summer camp while the other children played, or crocheting granny squares. As she got older her fascination with paper and fabric continued as she taught herself freeform ways to knit, embroider and machine sew. She attended Portland State University in her late 20s to study drawing and painting and later attended Damascus Fiber Arts School to study weaving. She now spends her days working at a local plant and floral shop (Incahoots) and hiking on her days off. The plants that surround her greatly influence her work. She recently moved to Carlton, Oregon, to live with her boyfriend, Danny, and the sweetest cat, Buddha.
She is currently interested in exploring aspects of plant consciousness, becoming better at cooking, long distance running, endless hours of painting and weaving, collecting as many houseplants as possible, and getting settled and making friends in her new community.