Jennifer Lowe  has been combining the landscapes, animals and people of her native Montana with a unique approach to painting for over thirty years. Lowe’s paintings are rendered in the vivid color and rich texture of Livestock Marker on Paper. She began using the oily paint-sticks as an art student at MSU in the 80s.

 

Her whimsical images showcase a passion for the wild that Lowe advocates to protect. They have been shown in galleries throughout the west since 1990 and at Visions West Gallery for over fifteen years.

 

Jennifer resides in Bozeman with her husband, renowned mountaineer, Conrad Anker and their three sons. She is president of the Alex Lowe Charitable Foundation, serving the Sherpa climbing community and Nepal. Jennifer Lowe-Anker’s award-winning memoir “Forget Me Not” published in 2007 chronicles a life in the mountains of the world and the wilds of Montana.

 

 

Jennifer Lowe has donated art to the following charitable organizations over the past twenty years. 
 
Alex Lowe Charitable Foundation
American Association of University Women
Eaglemount
Reach
Bozeman Public Library Foundation
The Museum of the Rockies
The Women's Shelter in Bozeman, "Haven"
Big Brothers and Sisters of Gallatin County 
Big Brothers and Sisters of Missoula County
The Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture
The Wilson Auditorium
The Friends of Music in Bozeman
The Greater Yellowstone Coalition
The Greater Gallatin United Way
Thrive
Montana Outdoor Science School
Bridger Ski Foundation
Headwaters Academy
Bozeman Deaconess Hospital Foundation
The Friends of Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center
Bridger Ridge Run