Jenny Perez is a culturally influenced, female empowering visual pop artist from Miami, Florida. Leading today’s art millennial generation, Perez’ works feature fresh perspectives to many personal experiences, topics and movements with strong messages that tie into her work, and captivate her audiences.
She began her career as a visual artist, primarily using canvases and acrylic paint as her medium. Throughout the past seven years, Perez has grown to include several other mediums to accompany her canvas works, since her art has often been incorporated to set a powerful ambiance to venues, stores and even street art – with murals and festivals.
Some of her important collectors are: Alan Kluger, Mario Chalmers (NBA basketball player) and De la Cruz Collection (collection of Carlos de la Cruz). She has exhibited in various editions of Wynwood Art, held during Basel Art Miami, as well as other festivals of street art in Miami, New York and several other countries.
Jenny Perez is proud to be a strong cultural icon representing many movements, pro-social efforts and bringing many communities in strength to prosper through her art.
With her humble attitude and her talented skill set, Perez’ works have been creatively involved with Susan G. Komen, LLS and Ronald McDonald House initiatives, AT&T via Vice cultural movement campaigns, the development of Wynwood’s art community, local artist fundraising initiatives and more.