"It is said that Jennifer Steele’s paintings fall into the genre of representational impressionism, that they are painted in a combination of acrylic and oil paints. I respectfully disagree. It makes far more sense that she paints in dreams. No… You misread that. She doesn’t paint dreams. She paints IN dreams. She, surely, has found a way to dip her brush into Morpheus’ personal palette and slather the very fabric of the dreamworld across a canvas. Every piece has an almost surreal, otherworldly quality that I find, counterintuitively, both comforting and disturbing." Read more on the blog.