Zinta Jaunitis is a London based artist. Her practice is centred in drawing, blurring the subtle spaces between observation and imagination, exploring the relationship between text and image. As such her work often carries silent stories and narratives that recall a feeling or memory.
To invite the joy of ‘happy accidents' she layers expressive mark-making and printmaking processes such as monoprinting. Whether she is drawing with ink, a kebab stick or painting with a brush,
Zinta delights in the fluidity of unpredictable materials which create movement and an element
of chance and control in her work.
With a background in art and design her work combines a wide scope of literary and art history references which she uses as playful tactics to spark
a lyrical and intuitive response.
Member of Monday Night, a collective of 14 international artists making zines about art, stories and narratives.
2023 'Let there be light', Studio Amwell, London
2023 Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair, London
2022 London Illustration Fair, London
2022 Power of Women, Margate
2022 'Spark', online international group exhibition
2019 Camberwell College of Art Summer Exhibition, London
2019 Deptford Does Art, Illustration + Print Exhibition, London
2019 London Illustration Fair (with Camby Pamby), London
2021 London Creative Network Artist Development Scheme
2019 MA Illustration, Camberwell College of Art, London
2009 MA Visual Culture, University of Westminster, London
2002 BA Graphic Design, Queensland College of Art, Australia