Awards 

2017: Finalist in the Stencil Art Prize

2015: 3rd place- Freedom Art Prize

2015: Finalist in the Stencil Art Prize

2014: Finalist in the Stencil Art Prize

2013: Winner of the Oxford Art Prize

2012: Winner of the Oxford Art Prize 

 

Solo Exhibitions

2017: What is Love?, The Old Growler

2015: A Colourful X, GKJE Gallery 1

2014: Pollie Cracker, Blacklisted Gallery

2014: Silent Words, 5 Boroughs

2012: Art by Jenna Bloom, Tap Gallery 

2011: Art by Jenna Bloom, Elrocco Room

           

           Group Exhibitions

           

           2015: Urban Art -Parked!, North Sydney

           2015: Stencil Art Prize, Ambush Gallery

           2015: SSOSVA, Tap Gallery

           2015: Freedom Art Awards, Tap Gallery

           2014: Stencil Art Prize, Ambush Gallery

           2012: City Slickers, City RSL

 

Publications

2021: Cut 10 years of the stencil art prize

2014:  'Sydney Stencils'

                      eBook by Jacinta Fintan

Jenna YoNa Bloom

(b.1984 Johannesburg South Africa, emigrated to Sydney, Australia – 1987).

 

YoNa is a multi disciplinary award winning artist from Sydney, Australia. Her practices include; stencil art, acrylic and water colour painting, ceramics, illustrations and  writing. She has been exhibiting since 2011. Having exhibited in solo exhibitions, group shows, delivered public murals and workshop facilitation. 

Her work covers political commentary, capturing history and spreading social messages about love, peace and intentions. Her creative outlet began as a way to process the many hardships and life stories she came across in her day job as a youth and community worker and with time became her voice to share ideas to a broad audience.

 Jenna YoNa Bloom has worked in the Community Services sector since 2002, specialising in health promotion and education through the delivery of creative community projects.  Passionate about community capacity building and fostering a sense of belonging, working from a collaborative and strengths based approach to address current community needs.

 

As a life long learner  she continues to develop her practices recently exploring using art to share messages about positive intentions, the universe, synchronicity and authenticity.