Jenny Pepper moved to Royal Wootton Bassett, Wiltshire in 2003 and was invited to join The Guild of Wiltshire Artists, and Marlborough Artists. Prior to this she spent three years in Cyprus working under the tutorlage of international artist Katy Sabry.

Jenny's work is exhibited several times a year, and with the many subjects and different media she uses, her work is always evolving. Jenny took part in two television programs for the BBC in 2004 painting landscapes in watercolour, but is best known for her amusing story pictures, and sepia watercolour studies. As a frequent visitor to Cornwall, the sketches done on location often influence some of her paintings.

Jenny makes her own cards and prints from her work. See 'Exhibitions and Outlets' for more information.

Chairman of The Guild of Wiltshire Artists from January 2014 until February 2017.

With the introduction of 'Pepart Framing' workshop at her studio, Jenny can now provide a framing service for other artists, photographers and to members of the public.

Updated 15th June 2020