B.A. in Studio Arts, California State University, Sacramento, 2017

M.F.A. in Visual Arts, California State University, Fullerton, in Progress

Solo Exhibitions

  • R. W. Witt Gallery Solo Exhibition, Dans le Jardin, Sacramento CA, September 2017

Group Exhibitions

  • Freedman Gallery, MFA x BFA Group Show, CSU Fullerton, CA, April 2019

  • Broad Room Gallery, Galentine’s Day woman artist exhibition, February, 2019

  • 1810 Gallery Group Show, Sacramento, CA, April - May, 2018

  • WAL Public Market Gallery Group Show, Sacramento, CA, December, 2017 to January, 2018

  • BNSA (Big Names, Small Art), Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento CA, May, 2107

  • Showing for Sac Open Studios, with publication, studio show, September, 2018

  • WAL (Warehouse Artist Lofts) Studio Show, May, 2018

  • Chapped Literary Magazine Performance Event, Warehouse Artist Lofts, Sacramento, CA, July, 2017

  • Student Self-portrait show, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA, 2013


  • Meditation Tent Interactive  Installation Piece at First Festival” music festival, Sacramento CA, May 2018


  • Cover and spread in Tube. Magazine in Sacramento, CA, Winter 2018

  • Chapped Literary Magazine,  Spring 2017, Summer 2017, Fall 2017


  • Art Show installation, Insight Coffee Roasters, Sacramento, CA, May 2017

  • Harris Center for the Arts, Gallery Installation, Folsom, CA, July, 2017

  • Sidecar Ceramics Studio Assistant, Winter-Spring, 2014

  • Figure Drawing classes at the Sorbonne University in Paris, France; June-July 2012

Artist Statement

            I work on creating an atmosphere through my artwork- curious, fresh, and vibrating. Delicate construction and line speak to movement and collective thought. Drawing inspiration from classical High Renaissance themes, Eastern cultures, chromo-therapy and the female experience, I focus on connection between the human and the natural world. Through visual language, these contemporary works celebrate peace, nostalgia, and exploration into natural mystery, embraced by the gentle caresses of our Mother Earth.

Penelope Lenaerts