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Angela Brown Photography-- Brejenn seated, smiling in front of her artwork holding a paintrbrush

Brejenn Allen is an East Mississippi-based mixed-media painter and multi-disciplinary designer. She utilizes bold colors, patterns, and thick impasto textures to display African American culture and people in a warm, inviting light. Her work's patterns, repetition, and textures are influenced by fabrics that surrounded her during her childhood in her mother's sewing shop. Brejenn’s award-winning work has been featured in publications like Syzygy Magazine, Distant Memories Zine, and the Meridian Star. Allen’s notable exhibitions include the Siragusa Gallery in Chicago, the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, and the Holy Art Gallery in Athens, Greece. Locally she has shown work at the DeKalb Regional Railroad Museum, Meridian Threefoot Festival, and the Little Yellow Building. Allen holds an Associate of Arts Degree (2018) from East Mississippi Community College and a BFA (2020) from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.


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