Stemming from a long line of artists, Jessica’s major influence, her Grandma Rita, blossomed her passion for art. Jessica graduated from Loyola University Chicago, with her bachelors in Marketing and Graphic Design. Her love for museums, coffee table books, and collecting old photography has inspired some of the many pieces she has created. She collects and loves to listens to old vinyls. Music truly inspires her to create what she feels when listening to a song and how she portrays each emotion. The Doors album, L.A. Woman, had a major influence on her current collection. She has continued to push herself as an artist, exploring many mediums (acrylics, inks, spray paint, charcoal) and different techniques. She has mainly focused on abstract expressionism. She believes in letting herself be completely submerged, letting go, and not knowing where she may end up. It’s a process that needs to be trusted all on its own.