Jenna Mosnik is majoring in Human Physiology and minoring in Psychology. Jenna uses an array of art mediums, using acrylic paint on canvases, paint, paper, yarn, and recycled materials. As a pre-medicine student, she is very focused on her studies but uses art as a fun and relaxing way to take her mind off of school and reset when she needs to.
Art is important to her because her grandparents introduced it to her as a child, and it became her favorite way to spend time with them. Her grandparents were art teachers, so growing up, she always did crafty activities with them. She took pottery and glass classes for several years and painted on canvases for fun. She did all sorts of miscellaneous art with her grandparents. Recently, she has gotten into crocheting.
Jenna’s advice to aspiring artists is, “Don't take yourself too seriously, and have fun during the creative process!”
Follow Jenna on Instagram: @jenna_mosnik
Jenna is one of the artists who will be featured at the Stanley Campus Council's April event. Join us on April 13th, 2023, in the Stanley's lobby for On Display: A Student Art Showcase. This program was the personal project of 22/23 Stanley Campus Council Intern, Lily Hester. Their main goal is to dedicate an evening for non-art majors to have the space and time to showcase the art they have created and tell their story of how they incorporate art into their lives while balancing school and life.