why i paint


I have always been addicted to paint, the way it feels, the way it flows, the vibrant colors. Paint is cool! It's fun to experiment and mix up different concoctions to see how they interact with each other. 


My path to fluid art began when one of my alaskan cruise excursions dropped me off on a glacier.  I looked down and saw the neatest work of art in a puddle of glacier melt. The ice was so blue with brown sediment and crystal clear water. I thought "I'm going to paint that!"  So began my journey. 


Artists are asked to explain their process. I always struggle with that question. I guess I use my creativity to produce a reaction between paint and different materials then manipulate it with gravity, wind or fire to produce something beautiful. I hope you enjoy it!

Jennifer McRorey received her Bachelor's degree in physical education with a minor in art at Southeastern Oklahoma State University, While working on her Masters Degree at the University of Oklahoma a job opportunity presented itself that she could not pass up.  She packed her bags and moved to Dallas in 1987 and went to work for the Dallas Park and Recreation Department.  She retired from the City of Dallas in 2016 after 29 years of service.  Since retiring, Jennifer has enjoyed traveling the world and devoting much of her time to creating beautiful works of art.