Jessica Feldheim

Farrow & Ball Blue

  Farrow & Ball Blue
Pure Silver Leaf, 36 x 48

All White With Pure

  All White With Pure
18k Gold Leaf, 36 x 36

Available as Commission

Available as Commission
Hand Colored Venetian Plaster and Pure Metallic Leaf

Available as Commission

Available as Commission
Hand Colored Venetian Plaster and Pure Metallic Leaf

Available as Commission

Available as Commission
Hand Colored Venetian Plaster and Pure Metallic Leaf

Available as Commission

Available as Commission
Hand Colored Venetian Plaster and Pure Metallic Leaf

Available as Commission

Available as Commission
Hand Colored Venetian Plaster and Pure Metallic Leaf

Available as Commission

Available as Commission
Hand Colored Venetian Plaster and Pure Metallic Leaf

Available as Commission

Available as Commission
Hand Colored Venetian Plaster and Pure Metallic Leaf

Available as Commission

Available as Commission
Hand Colored Venetian Plaster and Pure Metallic Leaf

Available as Commission

Available as Commission
Hand Colored Venetian Plaster and Pure Metallic Leaf

Available as Commission

Available as Commission
Hand Colored Venetian Plaster and Pure Metallic Leaf

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Artist Statement

My work combines the simplicity of line, shape, and color to capture the flow of the living waters that exist deep within me. “I have a love affair with the light, the sea, and the suspension of time. When I drop down into present moment time I connect with SOURCE, the place where all things flow”.

This work requires a considerable investment of thought and effort in materials, colors and design, but it is deductive in nature, and aims at a simplicity that captures the essence of stillness and beauty. This exploration is minimalism at its best, as I refrain from filling the space with anything other than what is honest, natural, and free. When my work is going well, the studio ceiling opens up and I am connected with the vastness of all things. I can be totally alone, and yet BE profoundly connected. The patterns that emerge have been called spiritual calligraphy,’ a conduit for hope, sharing, and transformation.