I work with clients to create meaningful commission paintings that are heirlooms for generations. If you are interested in commissioning a painting or drawing, please email me with your idea at firstname.lastname@example.org and I would be happy to give you an estimate and timeline! I work from photos, life, a combination, and also do live painting at events.
“Jessica did a really super private commission painting for me which is the envy of a few of my friends...I am impressed with her abilities as an artist. I am sure you will be happy if you choose to have her do a painting...” –Michael
“Not only is Jessica’s love and passion for romance and art evident in her beautiful renderings and portrayal of romantic scenes, but she embodies the very essence of her art. Her professionalism and attention to detail is exceptional and she attracts audiences from a diverse set of backgrounds and experiences...you can rest assured that she will give the same attention to detail for the work you commission as she would for her closest friends and family.” –Nikki
“We are beyond happy Jessica painted our wedding! She is so talented, a true professional, and is simply the sweetest person. Her work truly speaks for itself, as she seamlessly perfected our details. Our guests absolutely LOVED watching her capture our day, and they continued to reach out after our wedding to praise her work! Our painting is a forever keepsake that we will cherish for the rest of our lives. We highly recommend hiring Jessica for your wedding!” --Melissa and Paul
“I commissioned Jessica to create a unique and special painting for my sister Kate’s 40th birthday. She is big on family and Game of Thrones, so I floated the idea to Jessica to paint “Kateleesi”—with my sister on the Iron Throne surrounded by her siblings. Jessica came back to me with a few drafts and we quickly hit on the perfect one. Not only did she complete the work in time for the surprise party, but she also hand-delivered it! My sister was moved to tears, and it added a cool-factor for her to meet the artist who painted her. This will hang in her home for decades to come and be a fun talking piece for visitors.” —Andrew R.