Jennifer Lee Morrow is a mixed media artist with a strong interest in paper and textile techniques. She was raised near Niagara Falls – on the US side – and lived in Rhode Island and Kansas before moving to Maine in 1991. For most of her time in Maine, she has lived and worked on exquisite Deer Isle.
Morrow has a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and a MFA from the University of Kansas at Lawrence. She has taught at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts and Penland School of Crafts among other schools. Her work has been exhibited regionally and nationally in gallery and non-profit settings. Her career as an arts administrator has included being the director of Seamark Community Arts in Deer Isle, general manager of Opera House Arts in Stonington, and currently financial manager of Schoodic Arts for All.
She is involved in the arts community through membership in the Maine Arts Commission, Maine Fiberarts, and the Union of Maine Visual Artists. Additionally, she is a director of the Maine Crafts Association, a state co-rep for Surface Design Association, a member of the Equity, Access, and Integration Committee for SDA, and a member of the exhibitions committee for The Harlow, Hallowell.