Jennaway Pearson is a printmaker, papermaker, and book artist, currently living in Washington, DC. My current work centers around the creation of legacy, and what remains. This has included death row inmates, mythology, and outsider athletes, those who found success playing by their own rules, and who remained unbound throughout their career
Currently she works as an adjunct faculty member at American University and George Washington University. This Spring she worked in Rome with a DC Commission for the Arts Sister City Grant, as a teacher for the AIP program in Florence, and will be teaching at Penland School of Craft this summer. Recently, Pearson’s work was part of Wonder Women, the group show at the National Museum for Women in the Arts. Her work is held by numerous public collections including: The Library of Congress, The National Museum for Women in the Arts, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Middlebury, The Love Library at Printed Matter, as well as Private Collections.