Silicon Valley Open Studios

Connecting artists to art enthusiasts

Artist: Phyllis Anne Jenkins

Studio: P'anne alley

Nine Ways to Sunday
Title: Nine Ways to Sunday
Description: Acrylic, Mixed Media
Media: Mixed Media
Size: 36 x 36
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Contact Phyllis Anne Jenkins



Phone: (408) 356-4641

2019  Showings

wheelchair accessible

May 18 - 19 , Site: 2
160 South Linden Avenue
South San Francisco, CA 94080


May 11 - 12 , Site: 533
100 Alerche Drive
Los Gatos, CA 95032


wheelchair accessible

May 18 - 19 , Site: 186
Alameda Art Works

1068 The Alameda
San Jose, CA 95126-3183


About Phyllis Anne Jenkins

Bio: Phyllis Anne (Jenkins) studied fine art at universities in Kansas and Colorado, later earning a master’s degree in counseling psychology. A practicing psychotherapist and full time artist, her work embodies the triumph of overcoming obstacles, dreamy afternoons, reaching for the stars, quiet reflections, the lively spirit of dance and theater, and a certain urban grunge connected to all life. She left a studio/gallery in Campbell, California to join artists at Alameda ArtWorks; there she occupies Studio 14.

Artist Statement: Sparked by an idea or dream, I enter the creative arena and ‘let go. Then almost trance-like, the dream guides my heart and hand in reflecting the dream. Finished work triggers the viewer’s own deep responses. At best, the art acts as a Rorschach creating a conversation between image and viewer which then ignites a deeper personal story, maybe something left behind or something ready to be discovered. I like the quotation: ‘While creating, artists are literally out of their minds’

Exhibits & Juried Shows: O’Hanlon Center for Arts, Mill Valley, Ca; Silicon Valley Open Studios, San Jose, Ca; (past) Fall Open Studios, Alameda Artworks (AAW), San Jose: Holiday Boutique, AAW, San Jose; Blue Umbrella Fair, Santa Cruz; Silicon Valley Open Studios, San Jose; City Café, Los Altos; Content Magazine/AAW, San Jose; Canvas Ghost Exhibit, San Jose; O’Hanlon Center for Arts, Mill Valley