Jennifer Domal is a Pennsylvania-based contemporary folk artist and educator. Growing up in a family that practiced traditional ethnic folk arts and customs impacted the batik egg art and folk pysanky she creates now. Jennifer received her BFA in Studio Arts with a concentration in Sculpture and Crafts from West Chester University as a second career after being encouraged by a colleague. During her Senior year, she interned at Chester County Art Association. The pinnacle show of the year was BRAvo, a fundraiser for families affected by cancer, with each artwork a page in a weekly planning calendar that Domal designed. After graduation, she became an instructor at Chester County Art Association and Center for the Creative Arts in nearby Hockessin, Delaware. Jennifer has exhibited her art in Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. She enjoys doing speaking engagements, demonstrations of pysanky for all age groups and especially workshop of this ancient folk art. Domal teaches drawing and sculpture and delights in combining science with art.