Jennifer Leach

Cleveland Heights, OH



Jennifer Leach works primarily in woodblock and linoleum relief techniques. Printmaking has been integral to her career in graphic design, illustration, and K-12 art education.

As a designer, illustrator and an artist printmaker, Jennifer’s work has won awards in local and national competitions and has been accepted into juried gallery shows including Manhattan Graphics Center, the Erie Art Museum, the Butler Institute of American Art, Morgan Conservatory, and the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve among others.

Jennifer served as president of the Print Club of Cleveland, an affiliate group of the Cleveland Museum of Art, from 2019-2021, and continues to serve on its board. She is an artist member of the Morgan Art of Papermaking Conservatory, Zygote Press, The SALON artist group, and Altered Book Club.

Jennifer Lives in Cleveland Heights, Ohio and works from her studio in The Screw Factory in Lakewood, Ohio.

Nobodies Leftovers 2, Lino prints on handmade paper, metallic spray paint, collaged on BFK, 13″ x 13″
Left: Hope Against Hope 6; Right: Hope Against Hope 4, woodblock prints on handmade paper collaged on BFK, 18″ x 24″
Titles in order from left to right: Afraid, Anxious, Buoyed, Developmental, Dominant, Endangered, Gestating, Growing, Insecure, Invisible, Oppressed, Protected, Shy, Suppressed, Unprotected, Unreliable, woodblock prints on masa, 10″ x 10″