This Week’s Theme: Plates
What a delightful piece of art…on a plate. Bristol, England artist, Jess Quinn, whimsically paints colorful art on plates and mugs and teacups. I love her lighthearted yet empowering colorful art.
While the plate is an obvious mandala, I appreciate how even her cheeks are mandalas! BTW…she also paints on a more traditional surface: canvas…check out her online gallery.
My passions are my three children and my art. I make/create in every spare moment of every day. I have also worked as a freelance model maker for animation companies here in Bristol. I graduated in painting from Glasgow school of Art with a first class degree and have spent the last few years working as an artist and designer maker.
“Creativity does not belong exclusively to professional artists and geniuses; it is the birthright of every single human being. Creativity is our common heritage. You don’t need to quit your job and move to Paris in order to lay claim to this heritage – all you have to do is clear some space in your life for whimsy, invention, sensory pleasure, and play. Most of all, you have to learn how to follow your curiosity more than your fear.” ~ Elizabeth Gilbert