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)
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)
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