Jessica has always had an insatiable need to create and a desire to connect. As a self-taught artist, her process is very intuitive and emotionally driven; with music, movement, and other art forms lending inspiration. By using a wide variety of media, she seeks to express abstract emotions that she doesn’t quite have the words for. Jessica thrives off collaboration and energy from others, making commissions a strong point for the artist, tailoring each piece both aesthetically and emotionally.
As Agnes Martin once said, ‘We have a tremendous range of abstract feelings, but we don’t pay any attention to them. From music people accept pure emotion, but from art they demand explanation.’ Jessica hopes people can view her work in emotional terms, letting it serve as a key to within and letting the beauty not be in the painting, but in the viewer’s mind.
Jessica’s career is ascending quickly, garnering attention from galleries, firms and decorator’s globally.
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On a personal note and from Jess –
In my spare time…
my favorite thing to do is to spend time with my 9 year old son, Tegan. It’s always just been him and I so we have an incredibly special bond that I’m so grateful for. He truly is my heart, my joy and my reason for it all. Tegan has been painting with me since he was was a young toddler so it’s always been something I’ve cherished that we do together. He is a budding artist with an exceptional eye and a confidence that I wish I had at his age!
Fun fact: though my art signature may look like a letter M, a crown, or a scribble, what it actually signifies is the image on the heartbeat monitor of Tegan’s little heartbeat that I would stare at as I listened in unison to the little thump of the beating while I was in the hospital briefly while pregnant as this spunky little guy tried to come out early. I carry his heart with me wherever I go so it only felt fitting to sign my art with it. I know I put a little piece of him into every piece I create. Hopefully one day you’ll be lucky enough to meet him. He’s a force to be reckoned with and has enough empathy to light up the world.
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