Art by Jen Street

McKinney, Texas | 2 Sales


Art by Jen Street

McKinney, Texas 2 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Note from shop owner Hello dear friends! My shop will be unavailable for the next couple of months.

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Apr 26, 2017

Hello dear friends! My shop will be unavailable for the next couple of months.

Jen Street

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Jen Street


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  • ZGirlfamily on Jan 30, 2017

    5 out of 5 stars

    The colors were very bright, the size was perfect, and the picture was even better seeing it in person. Shipped on time and the process was very easy. Will definitely buy from this seller again.

  • snowflakestacy on Jan 25, 2017

    5 out of 5 stars

    Fast shipping. This is a great print. It's bright and colorful. It reminds me of a very special moment in my life with my husband and one of our favorite places. I love it!


My parents instilled in me at a very young age the importance of work ethic. Growing up, my parents had a booth at art festivals and many weekends were spent traveling with them across Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. My mother is a very talented artist and my father is great at woodworking. Together, they made a great team where they created knick-knacks, shelves and furniture that they sold and made a name for themselves among the arts and crafts circuit.

This was around the time that the Nintendo NES came out to the masses, and I REALLY, REALLY, REALLY wanted one. All the “cool kids” had one. Why couldn’t I?! Well, I learned at a very young age—8 years old to be exact—that one doesn’t just get handed what they want in life. They have to work for it. And hard.

My parents thought that if I wanted a Nintendo, I had to earn a Nintendo. And no, this wasn’t through regular run-of-the-mill chores and housework that typical parents have their children perform for an allowance; this was a real job of sorts. I painted tulips.

Tulips? Yes, tulips. My dad fashioned a tulip flower and leaves from wood, and joined the two with a dowel rod. My part in all of this was to completely paint the thing. Imagine having a tomboy of a child, 8 years old, and tethering her to a chair all day. That was me. My poor parents. I’m sure I put up a fight. I know that I wasn’t particularly happy being stuck indoors painting. Regardless, my attitude changed drastically when the tulips were a hit and I sold enough to purchase my dreamy Nintendo!

Besides learning how to use acrylic paints (my mom’s weapon of choice), I also learned quite a bit from my grandma in the art of oil painting. I spent so many great afternoons with her learning how to paint flowers, fruit and still lifes—you know, the boring stuff. I couldn’t wait to get my claws into painting the one thing I always wanted to paint (which also happened to be my favorite subject). One word: UNICORN. Oh yes, I painted a unicorn on my own and was super happy with it. Looking back, I can’t help but crack up whenever I see that painting. It’s bad, really bad. (Try telling that to a giddy 8 year old and see where that lands you.)

Growing up, I fell hard for Disney animations such as The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, and The Lion King. I decided around 10 years old that I was going to become an animator and work for Disney.

I went to college at East Tennessee State University for animation and met and married my husband, Chris Street (who also got a degree in animation and has worked on animation and VFX for feature films). We moved to Florida to be closer to Disney Animation. Unfortunately, that’s also the year that Disney closed down their animation department and laid everyone off. So, we took jobs in screenprinting. For me, my career made twists and turns; I have run the gamut and have spent time in advertising, then web development, and now I work for a large retail marketing agency, freelance nights and weekends and am currently working on my own line of illustrations.

We ended up on a beach in Los Angeles, California for a bit and now live near Dallas, Texas and absolutely love it.

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  • Jen Street


    I'm a website designer for a major media agency by day, and an illustration moonlighter by night. When I'm not pursuing my artistic passion, I love to spend time with my husband and two cats—a hot latte in one hand and a snack in the other.

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Last updated on January 17, 2017
Welcome! Thank you for stopping by my little corner of Etsy—enjoy looking around, and please feel free to contact me with any questions.

Each one of my illustrations is an original design and created with much love. Enjoy!

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No refunds or exchanges. If there is a serious issue with the order, or if an item arrives damaged, then please get in touch with me within a week's time to discuss.
If payment is not received within 24 hours of purchase, the order will be canceled.
Each order is printed on-demand and typically takes about 2-5 business days to create. Once the item is ready to ship, estimated shipping times are 3-5 business days. Speed and price depends on product type and destination. All shipments are fulfilled through my printing partner.