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New Design Team Member: Jen Rothstein

We are excited and honored to have

  Mixed Media Artist
Jen Rothstein

from Arizona

Join the Altered Pages Design Team

Jen Rothstein is a Mixed Media artist with over 30 years creative artistic experience. Born and raised in Arizona, she lives in Mesa with her handsome husband and many, many fur-babies. Using mainly collage with a mix of art mediums, she creates ATC's, found poetry art, assorted mail art and art canvases.
Heart ATC with found poetry
She also creates mixed media assemblages using what others think of as junk, and turning it into creative art dolls, ornaments and vignettes.
Arched ATC's collage & mixed media
Her work has been published twice in ARTtrader e-magazine. She works out of her home studio, Dog-Ma Studio. She and her sister are the creators of a local artist group (Creative Original Artist Cartel), created in honor of their mother. She has sold art at many different venues, and is always thinking of new and varied ways to use common or recyclable items.
8 x 8 mixed media assemblage canvas I named "Rusty Justice"

Please help us welcome Jen!!! 


  1. We are so very happy to have Jen on the Team. Jen's talents are many and we look forward to seeing fabulous inspiration!

  2. Beautiful creative art. Hugs June x

  3. Fantastic collage work, Jen! Welcome to the team. :-)


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