Jennifer Tapp’s most recent body of work represents the the many facets of transition and change. She finds that the simple strength of the figure, mimics the struggles and beauty in life. Her figures evolve from vague, gestural, layers of a variety of mediums. She received her BFA from Montana State University in 2001. Jennifer currently works from her home studio outside of Bozeman, where she lives with her husband, two daughters and many pets.