"Brenda Jones is a contemporary sculptor who lives and works in Colorado. She grew up in southeast Kansas in the 1960s and her work often pays homage to the gender roles imbedded in that time period and rural American place. She earned a Bachelor’s of Art Education at Wichita State University as well as a Master’s of Art in Art History and Ceramics. She has taught these subjects at various levels in both Kansas and Colorado.
Jones’ artwork has been shown in exhibits across the U.S. She has won best of show in several exhibits and has received scholarships to study at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago, Anderson Ranch in Snowmass CO, and Fulbright travel studies to Argentina and Japan. Most recently she was a short term ceramics resident at Red Lodge Clay Center in Montana. She is represented by 45 Degree Gallery in Colorado Springs, Strecker-Nelson gallery in Manhattan, KS, Gallery XII in Wichita, KS, and Abbey Lane Gallery in Creede, CO. "