Welcome to the official home of this Atlanta painter, portraitist, and fine artist! For the past thirty years, Jessica Jewett has been toiling away at her drawings and paintings. The dream has been a singular one since she was a child – to become a viable artist. Being the best is not her goal, but rather, she wants to be an artist who brings discussion to the world about just what it means to be a creative spirit in a time when being different is not always celebrated.
So have a look around and consider Jessica’s pieces of art. You’ll find them in the Gallery by clicking on that menu button up top. Feel free to contact Jessica with the form on this website as well. Or if you prefer, you can look her up on her various social media outlets.
Don’t forget to look at Jessica’s shops on Etsy and RedBubble if you’re interested in buying her art!
Thanks for stopping by!
February 14, 2019 News
Jessica was interviewed for HuffPost concerning disability advocacy and disability representation in the media. The interview was sparked by Barbie releasing new dolls with prosthetic legs and in wheelchairs.
June 21, 2018 News
Jessica was selected as Copic Markers featured artist of the month for June! They conducted an interview with her for their website that was posted on all of their social media. You can read her interview here. She is so appreciative of this recognition!
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