Some Girls are Bigger than Others. Art by Jessica Rosenberg. A Reception
Jessica Rosenberg is a left-handed painter. Her artistic and creative genes were passed down from her father while her caring nature and love of the female form stem from her mother.
Her painting style is self taught and influenced by Frida Kahlo, Pablo Picasso, and René Magritte. True to herself, she paints what she feels, sees, and dreams. Her vivid use of color is the predominant feature of the emotional expression in her art. As time went on, shapes and forms on her canvas caught up with the use of her color. As she evolved from stick figures to portraits, her art has been the primary focus during her developmental years.
Jessica is a LGBT advocate who believes in equality for all. A Pansexual Female driven by the beauty of sexual empowerment and acceptance she admires female impersonators, Feminists, Riot Grrls, and the entire alphabet associated with the community.
In addition to her views on equality, she is a member of the Body Positivity Movement. Jessica is a self-proclaimed weirdo, a chronic pain sufferer, and continues to fight to redefine the idea of what is normal. She encourages you to always let your freak flag fly and love yourself.
Jessica's Art will be on display all of July 2015.
This reception will feature a meet and greet with Jessica, light refreshments, and the opportunity to purchase these unique items.