Jenny Paulk graduated from Oklahoma State University, where she received a BFA in Studio Art and Art History with a concentration in ceramics. Post graduation, she taught art at the Philbrook Museum of Art, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After moving to Tucson, Arizona in 2009, she taught art for the educatiJenny Paulk on department at the Tucson Museum of Art and was a docent as well. She joined the guild in September of 2011 and is currently the Chairman of Publicity.
 She continues to create clay sculptures in her studio  at Clay, Paper, Scissors Art Gallery in downtown Cheyenne. Jenny’s show will open the 2012 Art Design & Dine season on April 12th from 5:00 till 8:00 with an artist’s reception. Be sure to stop in, meet Jenny and welcome her to Cheyenne!
Artist’s Statement
Organic species are what I enjoy sculpting most, but bringing the plant life inside as opposed to their normal exterior environment is what sparks my attention. Living in different climates has opened my eyes to many different weather conditions that plants, especially flowers, can and cannot survive in.  If it were up to me, we would live in a world where every species of flower we enjoy could flourish year round.  With the clay, I am able to manipulate the flowers and plants to my liking, as well as controlling their structure, color, shape, and size, whether it be realistic, or fantasy.  This way, the viewer and myself are able to observe the organisms in any environment, any time of the year.  
Clay Paper Scissors is not only a gallery but also provides studio spaces for rent. They currently have a space available call 307-631-6039 to make an appointment to see the space