Jennifer Brewer Stone has a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art and English Literature from the University of Maryland College Park. She began painting full-time in 2008, and now works from Studio 227 at the Torpedo Factory Art Center. She has participated in over 45 shows in the last 5 years painting full-time in the DC metro area. Her artwork has been featured in Élan magazine twice, and in The Washington Post. She was awarded a solo show at The Art League Gallery of Old Town Alexandria in July 2013 and was juried into the Torpedo Factory in March of 2012. She has been accepted into national and international juried shows for her work on her Dance of Life Series, including ArtKudos, Art Buzz, and the Richeson 75 Wildlife competition. Her work has been collected across the United States and in Europe.

Of her work, Stone says:
"I have always been in awe of the power and beauty of nature, and am most drawn to the bright colors and exotic forms found in tropical areas. I am fascinated by the idea that something in our world can look fantastical, but it really exists.

Our world is so vast that we can't even imagine or see all the things in it in our lifetime. There are patterns and connections in all the different parts of life, in the different art forms, in nature and humanity as a whole. My love of other art forms is reflected in my paintings. For instance, I see my subjects on the canvas as dancers. Good dancers move around the dance floor with grace and never collide. They are at once connected and individual.

In life I find the seemingly unconnected is often connected in unexpected ways. My paintings reflect these surprising contradictions: the subjects are still yet full of movement, fantastical yet real, softly balanced yet exuberantly colorful.

Nature also has a contradiction of beauty and danger that attracts me. Some of the most brightly colored plants and animals are poisonous. These plants and animals tell me that sometimes you have to take risks
to achieve beauty. "

Her paintings range in price from around $75-$1500 for her abstract and textural works to $900-$4,800 for her Dance of Life Series works.