Ginger Yellow

Part of Jennie’s new series of TeaScapes that combine image transfers of tea packaging with layered landscapes of environments she’s explored, to both salvage detritus from the trash, as well as depicting a need for space and increased mindfulness.

Overlooking Upper Geyser Basin and boardwalks leading towards Old Faithful. Ginger Tea is the ground for the warm, yellowy grasses that surround the geysers. Ginger is an anti-inflammatory that I’ve been drinking as a tea more frequently. This piece is currently unframed, but a maple floater can be added for an additional cost.

This piece is headed to an exhibit at the Bethlehem House Gallery. Please contact them for purchasing.


Watercolor and Image Transfer on Strathmore CP 500 Series Watercolor Paper
5” x 7”
Mounted on a cradled wood panel and UV-coated
unframed – framing is available
Wired and ready for hanging
Option to purchase without the frame

Additional information

Weight 1.5 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 9 × 4 in

Vendor Information

TraillWorks is the apron under which the Kitchen Gods Artist, Jennie Traill Schaeffer, creates and teaches art. She is drawn to paint subjects from the domestic realm, exploring their relationship to her own life, including vibrant paintings of kitchen appliances, landscapes, food, and Wedding Cake Portraits. She earned her BFA in painting and art education from Syracuse University and studied in Florence, Italy for a semester. Jennie teaches individualized art lessons at Oh! Canary Studio and at off-location workshops. Jennie resides in the Gregory neighborhood of West Orange with her husband, two sons, and dog, Ringo.