Previous clients and commissions include:
Westminster City Council,
Braintree Youth Project Charity,
Essex County Council,
Williams & Griffin Department Store,
Comm – Tech Communications Centre,
Age UK, Norfolk,
The Window Coffee Shop,
South Park Primary School,
Southrise Primary School,
Welbeck Financial Advisors,
NZSKI – The Remarkables Ski Resort, Queenstown,
Peppertree Lodge, Bay of Islands, NZ,
Koala Beach Resort, Cairns, Australia,
The Lennons Bar, Essex.
Testimonials from previous commissions and clients:
“Jenny Leonard was one of the artists chosen from a wide range of designs and talent for the Year of the Bus sculpture trail 2014 which saw 4 walking trails go live across the capital. Jenny’s ever popular designs in Westminster Bus and Swinging 60s London were incredibly popular and demonstrated the diversity of Jenny’s talent alongside her ability to capture the imagination of those of all age groups through her work. Jenny was an asset to have on board, volunteering extra time to support our initiative such as caricature portraits for the thousands of visitors to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as part of our Family Fun weekend. Jenny has also maximised the use of her social media channels for the positive promotion of the project which complemented and strengthened our own marketing approach. Jenny is a fantastic artist and I have been incredibly grateful for the additional support and advice she was able to give which maintained project momentum and ultimately secured a good outcome- raising over £100,000 for our chosen charities.”
Nicola Brady, Commercial Development, Transport for London.
“After discovering Jen through our up-and-coming talent scheme, Great Britons, British Airways commissioned Jen to paint a mural to celebrate our partnership with the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The mural was displayed at our Olympic Reception held at District 319 during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. The event was intended to excite the Olympic family about their eminent visit to London. Jen’s mural was a magnificent interpretation of the City of London and perfectly filled our objectives. Jen has been an absolute pleasure to work with and we are thrilled that her art is now a part of the London 2012 Olympic Games through British Airways.”
Nicky Hall, Senior Sponsorship & Events Executive, British Airways.
“I worked with Jenny in 2010 when my client, British Airways, commissioned her to paint two pieces of art to celebrate and promote their sponsorship of the London 2012 Olympic Games. The first piece was displayed in BA’s sponsor house during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, and the second piece is permanently displayed as a mural behind the BA’s headquarters reception. Not only did Jenny deliver exactly what BA asked for, she was also an absolute pleasure to work with. Both murals fit BA’s brief exactly while also being incredibly creative and unique to Jenny’s style. I cannot recommend Jenny highly enough. I am looking forward to another opportunity where I can introduce her to other clients.”
Fleur Castle, Senior Account Executive at IMG Consulting.
“Jenny Leonard created several elaborate paintings as part of the renovation of an old Victorian school building for South Rise Primary school. Her paintings accurately captured different landscapes and ecology from around the world to captivate children as they move around the building. Jenny’s art has a high aesthetic standard. She was able to create work to complement the architecture and purpose required. Her paintings have received much praise from adults and children. They have even provided the inspiration for children’s creative writing in the school.“
Melanie Pollett, South Rise Primary School, Greenwich, London
“Jenny’s artwork was displayed as part of ShopArt! Norwich in 2011. The purpose of the project was to make use of empty and unused spaces by using them to display art. Jenny applied for a space in our Summer Exhibition and was one of 10 artists chosen from a large selection. During the process she showed professionalism and an understanding of what would work for such an exhibition. Her work has been enjoyed and appreciated by the public on a shopping street in Norwich with footfall in the hundreds of thousands”
Grace Jackson, Project Coordinator, ShopArt! Norwich Arts Centre.