Jessica actively records small details, textures, colors, moods and random bits of conversation; the collection of observations are what inform her assembled compositions. 

Attracted to those who are gingerly misfit, Jessica constructs faces from people she sees, particularly the people who move quietly, seemingly unnoticed through her view. Her work as an artist is her voice of advocacy for wildlife & habitat restoration; she works to communicate inherent value in all things and that all things are ultimately dependent on another.

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An arts organization that works with artists of all mediums to encourage them to become educators and translators of environmental science and ecological data in a way that is accessible and enjoyable to diverse audiences. Visit the site to view upcoming opportunities to participate.

Deadpan 2018, fluid acrylic on paper

Deadpan 2018, fluid acrylic on paper

β€œThe artist has to be something like a whale with (their) mouth wide open, absorbing everything until (they have) what they really need.”
— Romare Bearden