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Meet the talented makers behind the beautiful projects you see from DecoArt®. We are always looking for creators, DIYers, crafters and artists of all styles who love our products and want to create with us. If you are interested in becoming a DecoArt® Maker, see here for more information.

Creator Profile



Creative Design and Education Manager

Jennifer has over 20 years of experience in marketing and design in the craft and ceramic arts industries. She has worked as an artist, designer, workshop teacher, and trends specialist before her current position with DecoArt®. Jennifer has a BA in Fine Art and has traveled all over the United States and overseas to share her love of crafting. A native Californian, she and her family relocated to Lexington, KY, in 2019. Her creative hobbies include jewelry making, painting, sculpting, and upcycle crafting.

  • Favorite DecoArt® product? - I actually have several but my two faves right now are Americana Decor Satin Enamels™ because of the amazing finish, and Fluid Art Ready-To-Pour Acrylics™ because they are so much fun to play with and the results are always magical. It's like therapy in a bottle!
  • How long have you been with DecoArt®? - I have been with DecoArt® as the Creative Design and Education Manager since January 2020.
  • Why do you love to paint? - Painting gives me a way to express myself as I explore with color, texture, and finishes. Even when I plan a project I still find myself happily surprised by where the journey of creativity takes me.
  • Favorite paint project ever? - A couple of years ago I was in between corporate jobs and a friend of mine commissioned me to paint several doors in her home - it was an amazing space with multiple doors leading to various rooms. I pretty much had free reign to paint them however I wanted - some were abstract and minimalistic, while others were filled with color. There was a lot of trust on the part of my friend. From a creative perspective, it was a very satisfying project. And yes, they are still there - she didn't paint over them!