While originally form the St. Laurent area, moved to Prince Albert in 2004 and has been a resident since.
Jungman picked up the paintbrush late in life but is committed to its stroke.
Not long after moving to Prince Albert, her husband passed way.
“I was all by myself in the city and I needed a hobby,” she said.
Painting became that hobby.
She has only been painting for a handful of years, yet has shown locally in a number of places nearby, including Amy’s on Second, John Hick’s gallery, Bison café, Birch Hills and more.
Jungman is also part of the local artist’s group Studio 1010.
Much of her inspiration comes from a life of watching the seasons go by.
“I used to be on the farm,” she reflects.
While she takes joy in creating paintings it is not always as rewarding.
“If everything goes well it’s very satisfying and if not it’s very frustrating,” she said.
Nonetheless, a woman on her own, she finds it a good way to spend her time.
“When you’re alone, painting is a great thing to have because it’s quiet,” she said.
While she has accomplished quite a lot in just a handful of years of painting her goals remain personal.
“Just to keep busy and keep painting.”
The works currently up at the library are from 2008 and later.
She hopes to sell some paintings so that she can create more space in her workroom, which has gotten rather crowded with paintings.
“They are all piling up, so I need to do something with them,” she said.