Bring the Caribbean colors, Texas culture and the game of Golf  Home with Jennifer Kay Hubbard's Oil & Watercolor Paintings


Hours of Operation
Monday–Sunday, 7 a.m.–7 p.m.

Jennifer Is a Member of
The Oil Painters of America
& The American
Watercolor Society
of New York, New York

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About Jennifer Kay Hubbard

Jennifer Kay Hubbard is a 1986 graduate of Tulsa's Oral Robert's University where she earned a Bachelor of Science credential in Commercial Art.  This Texas-raised, Louisiana born artist began her career designing advertisements,
business logos and children's book illustrations.  Simultaneously, she managed an art supply store and worked in
its custom-framing department.
In 1990, life as Jennifer knew it changed dramatically when she went to live in a country other than her own.  Suddenly amidst a sea of colorful flowers, plants and birds of the Caribbean, the cultural change was fascinating.  An artist inspired by the bright sunlight of the tropics:  its vistas, fauna and its people.
Beachside Property, Caribbean Artwork in Spring, TX
During her two decade stay in Venezuela alongside oil & energy services husband, Hal, Jennifer occupied her time with producing realistic watercolor and oil on canvas paintings which depict scenes such as white walls draped in bougainvillea, lush fruits and magnificent landscapes.  She taught watercolor classes while being mentored in oil painting techniques by celebrated Andean artist Juan Pablo Maldonado at the Andres Eloy Blanco University of Maturin.
Palm Tree on Caribbean Coast, Caribbean Artwork in Spring, TX

Frutas en Margarita, Jennifer's first signed & numbered limited edition print, was published after she painted the typical fruit vendors in both oil and watercolor five times with different variations.  Commissioned painting requests from other expats led to her success as a fine artist.  Many more limited and open edition prints ensued which include La Esquina, Relampago de Anoche, La Madre con su Hija, Cuidado, Casi Listo, La Playa Santa Fe, Old Charlie, Rolling Harvest, Peacock Bass Cuisine and The Gate.

"ARTE BUENO!", a newspaper article distributed by the FM 1960 Sun paved the way as she held an art exhibit one summer in her hometown within the quaint shops of Old Town Spring, in Texas.

While abroad, Jennifer gained widespread artistic recognition.  Her camera was well used during her travels.  During each art show, a slide presentation was given to International Women's Clubs.  Jennifer met women from different countries and talked to groups, describing her paintings with the photos of the actual places and people she had visited.
    All of her works possess personal remembrance and sentimental value for those who have traveled and experienced life overseas.  Jennifer has been recognized several times by the International Reuters publication, The Daily Journal, which included headlines such as "American Artist Travels", and "Painting to Promote Venezuela" of which the opening line appropriately states: "Her husband works in the oil industry but Jennifer Kay Hubbard prefers oils, oils on canvas, that is!"
    "Remember the Children" highlights her efforts to help children in need and orphans with art own line of greeting cards.  Her biography is published in the DJ Weekend Magazine.
    Today, Jennifer Kay Hubbard's portfolio includes not only the Caribbean, but has expanded to her home state of TEXAS, Golf courses, and the sport of fishing.  Her work is exclusively available HERE and in her own art gallery:  Caribbean Art Shop, Anaco.
    Jennifer and Hal reside between the Texas Hill Country and their home in Anzoátegui, Eastern Venezuela.  Both continue to enjoy their passion for travel, people and the harmonious relations between the cultures of North and South America.
Finished Artwork, Artwork in Spring, TX


Contact Jennifer today to request more information about her Caribbean artwork.