I announce that Jennifer Cline passed away peacefully on July 27th, 2016 at East General Hospital in Toronto after a short battle with cancer. In many ways, Jennifer was "The Beaches" area of Toronto. Known and loved by many, she leaves many cards and paintings in homes all over the city and beyond.
We will all miss you very much, Jennifer. Rest in peace xo
Jennifer's last remaining original works are now for sale. I have many original paintings in my home and will continue to love and cherish them. It is my hope that the remaining pieces will also find loving homes where they too can be appreciated. -Valerie (Jennifer's Neice)
All work is unframed and painted on quality archival 300lb watercolour paper. I am happy to deliver within the GTA (Toronto Area). I can ship as well. Most of the work is priced. If you find one that is not priced I am working to update soon. Contact me at valerie (dot) cline (at) gmail.com if you have any questions.
A memorial bench is located north of Queen Street and Hammersmith, in the ravine park. The original site by the water feature was changed due to Gafatti on the benches there. The only other location available at the time was farther north in the park. Jennifer also painted in this location.
You can find Jennifer's memorial bench north of Queen Street in the ravine park (AKA Ivan Forest Gardens/Glen Stewart Park just north of where Glen Manor Drive W & Pine Crescent meet.
This is a painting Jennifer did at the bottom of this ravine park. We can sit and remember Jennifer and The Beach area she loved so dearly.