press release

Leslie Tate, Craven Herald Pioneer |

Thank you Lesley Tate for writing this nice article about my work :

” We’ve all got used to seeing the work of sign writer and mural artist Jenny Tribillon on various businesses and public spaces in Skipton – her colourful and fun trompe l’oeils – tricks of the eye – do so much to brighten up the town – especially for special occasions, such as Christmas and Easter. But how many of us know that Jenny was born in the South of France and studied sign writing and painting at the Frederic Mistral Art School in Nimes? She went on to be trained in the art of window painting by the American artist Leslie Ronald, and it is now shop windows that take up the majority of her time as a freelance artist. This trompe l’oeil – French for ‘deceive the eye’ decorating Le Bistro, in Jerry Croft, off the High Street in Skipton, will have tricked lots of people, with its garrulous proprietor standing at the door, and a couple of happy looking regulars with their drinks balancing on a barrel. And, it also includes a self portrait of the artist herself.”