Jessica Hitchcock

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Above: Agave // Greensleeves, both acrylic on board, 20 x 16″

Jessica Hitchcock is a St. Louis based artist who loves to explore bright and vibrant colors.  This pair of abstract paintings have similar palettes and composition. The abstract grouping of dots and drips is a recurrent theme in Hitchcock’s work; the result of these groupings is a painting buzzing with spontaneous energy while humming with harmony. The title Greensleeves alludes to the traditional folk song as well as the cool palette filled with greens and blues.

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Fun Fact: Agave is a succulent plant related to the lily family. Agave nectar is used as a sweetener, and some agave plants are used to create mezcal and tequila.

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