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Jennifer Chapman is an award-winning artist and creative interior designer whose beautiful artwork, murals and tromp l'oeil grace the homes of prominent collectors throughout the world. Among Jennifer's numerous celebrity clients are Richard Gere, Mel Gibson, Ed LaMotta, the Harrah's Estate, and Stonepine Estate. Jennifer Chapman's popular "Masterpiece Collection" of hand-painted pillows and shades have been featured in countless publications and are showcased in the books of best-selling author and designer Betty Lou Phillips, including "The French Connection," "French Expressions," "The French Room," and "Inspirations from France and Italy."

As both an artist and designer, Jennifer's work has been featured on the HGTV Television Network, Ranch and Coast Magazine, the San Diego Union Tribune, Home and Garden Magazine, Rancho Santa Fe Review, among others. Her remarkable Southern California home has been featured in the San Diego Contemporary Museum of Art Tour, as well as the San Dieguito Art Guild's Home and Garden Tour.

Jennifer apprenticed in the studio of her father, world renowned golf artist Loyal Chapman. She went on to study at the prestigious Minneapolis College of Art and Design of the celebrated Institute of Arts Museum, where Jennifer spent countless hours studying the works of the Great Masters. The Old World European influence has become an integral part of Chapman's signature style, and contributes greatly to the popularity of her work.




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"In 'French Impressions' as well as in 'Inspirations from France & Italy,’ Jennifer Chapman's original paintings on leather morphed into salon pillows pay homage to France and Italy with their magnificence. Adding further visual impact to a dining room in the latter is her exquisite oil painting of monks gathering in a monastery. Without question, I am delighted that her accomplishments wound their way into my design books. Indeed, befitting an admired artist, Jennifer Chapman channels historical references true to the period into her work."

~ Betty Lou Phillips, ASID Best-Selling Author