Jen Hewett is a printmaker, surface designer, textile artist and teacher. A lifelong Californian, Jen combines her love of loud prints and saturated colors with the textures and light of the California landscapes to create highly-tactile, visually-layered, printed textiles.

When she’s not creating in her San Francisco studio or teaching her popular block printing classes, she can be found hiking with her high-strung dog Gus, cycling on San Francisco’s less-hilly streets, or hiding out at her neighborhood wine bar.

Jen has a B.A. in English Literature from the University of California, Berkeley, where she was also a Regents Scholar.

Want to know more? Check out some of these articles and interviews:


Medium: Jen is Black in America (February 2018)

Design*Sponge: A Printmaker’s Colorful 1909 Edwardian Flat in San Francisco (December 2015)

Etsy Sellers Blog: Inspiring Workspaces: Jen Hewett (November 2015)

Today Is Going to Be Awesome: Jen Hewett (March 2015)

San Francisco Chronicle: Confessions of a multiple-career personality (March 2011)


Podcast Interviews

Making Ways with Rob Goodman (September 2017)

Crafty Planner with Sandi Hazlewood

Creating Your Own Path with Jen Snyder

What’s Your Story with Meighan O’Toole

Raise Your Hand. Say Yes with Tiffany Han


Print Publications

PRINT Magazine: The Hollywood Issue: San Francisco (Volume 71, Issue 1, Spring 2017)

Diablo Magazine: You Really Need To Learn a Thing or Two (Volume 38, Issue 1, January 2017)

Anthology Magazine: Block by Block (Issue 20, Summer 2015)

Taproot Magazine: The Matalija Poppy, by Jen Hewett (Issue 14, June 2015)

UPPERCASE Magazine: Printmakers (Issue 25, April 2015)

Mabel Magazine: 7 Reasons Why You Should Know Designer + Printmaker Jen Hewett (June 2014)

San Francisco Chronicle: Stylemaker Spotlight: Prints Draw the Artist (Apr 2013)


And Jen’s work has been included in the following books:

Playing with Surface Design, by Courtney Cerruti

Art for All Seasons, by Susan Schwake

The Paper Playhouse, by Katrina Rodabaugh