Jessica Zoob, an well known British artist, opened her studio door in Lewes for the last fews weekends as part of the “Art Wave” event near Brighton. As usual I left it to the last minute but we managed to get our butts out of the house on Sunday and set off for 90 min drive. And? It was a.ma.zing!
I’ve been an admirer of Jessica’s work for a long time and even tried (unsuccessfully) to pursue one of my clients to go for one of the Romo Black edition collection fabrics (created in partnership with Jessica). Instead, I’ve decided to use the fabric on curtains in my living room. I was thinking about it for a long time and seeing it again gave me the last push to go ahead with it.
Anyway. While there I put my girls in charge of the camera and here’s the result below. I love how she uses bold colours, various techniques and layers to create beautiful textures and contemporary art. She has a truly unique style that just makes me so happy when I look at it.
The portrait is from Jessica Zoob website. I didn’t realise that she has a small collection of street art until I went on her online shop which she personally referred me to. You need to see it for yourself. It’s stunning. I know I’m all signing and dancing about her but, honestly, you NEED to see it for yourself. You can purchase her original work and prints on her website here.