Jenny-Brenda Musungay is an African - British Multidisciplinary Artist & Poet Born 24th October 1989 in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo (D.R.C), (Languages; French and English).
Her family left D.R.C when she was only 15 months to live in Johannesburg, South Africa. There she attended North Cliff Primary School. In 1998 her family relocated to West London, England.


Her art is inspired by artists such as Hannah HöchJohn Heartfield and Romare Bearden. Where layering of different mediums can be seen to be interspersed with collages; in an Editorial style. As well as Pablo Picasso, with the mixing of her appreciation of female anatomy and the vivid, geometric shapes of Cubism and Neo-Expressionism. Her Digital Art and Collages picks heavily from themes of spirituality and Buddhism. Highlighting points related to the Heart chakra (Love healing) and the Sacral chakra (Sexuality Creativity).









the rate at which something occurs over a particular period of time or in a given sample.

"an increase in the frequency of accidents due to increased overtime"



the rate per second of a vibration constituting a wave, either in a material (as in sound waves), or in an electromagnetic field (as in radio waves and light).

"different thicknesses of glass will absorb different frequencies of sound"


"In layman's terms, it's simply a repeating sequence.

"This Art collection represents the repetition of mixed emotions a creative millennials experiences during their careers and life.

"I replaced the ‘F’ with the number ‘3’ as the 3 represents the third chakra; Solar Plexus (Manipura). This Chakra is located in our upper abdomen in the stomach area. It is our ability to be confident and in control of our lives."