Fine Artist, Designer

Ginnefine Jalloh


I know that I am at my best when I work with objects and people. I have been greatly inspired by the pop art movement. I am appreciative of artists as Lichtenstein, Rosenquist, and Rauschenberg. Their work is bold and unique which is how I would describe my style.

Conception begins with line, shape and color. To come up with a clear concept I will strategically collage magazine clippings and write out lists of possibilities. This method clears my thoughts and opens my mind to create something special. Once I have a solid foundation, I imagine the different components, balance and grid before painting or drawing giving the work more character and contentment. For the most part my work consists of acrylic paint, oil paint, charcoal, pencil, and crayon. I enjoy learning new techniques and applications. Recently I have started to combine my digital design skills with more traditional fine art skills. My overall philosophy is to make the viewer look deeper into my artwork visually and conceptually. As I continue to grow I strive to be illustrious and innovative with all of my future work.
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  • Ginnefine Jalloh
    The Figure
    Acrylic triptych based on a William Carlos Williams poem (The Great Figure).