Featured Artist: Jess Frank!

Let’s Go For A Drive by Jess Franks 30×40″ Acrylic

Jess Franks. An acrylic painter from the New England area. Jess paints prolifically and her paintings sell quickly. She recently released a new collection “Near & Far” of paintings. Let’s Go For A Drive is available as I write this (I write my posts ahead of time and schedule them to publish) – hopefully for you it still is. If not, be sure to check out her website!

See more work by Jess via these links:

Website  |  Facebook  |  Instagram  |  Stockists

Read a bit about Jess, from her website:

Jess Franks is an emerging artist known for vibrant acrylic paintings that dance the line between real and abstract. As a magazine graphic designer by trade (including work for Greenville Magazine, South Carolina Magazine, and Mechanical Engineering Magazine), she has spent countless hours on her computer poring over photography. A few years ago she discovered that painting not only allows her to delve back into a more tactile world, but also to create scenes in radical colors that no photo could capture. She uses the familiar structures of the natural world around her to explore new palettes, resulting in paintings that are at once both unexpected yet accessible.

In her short career as a painter, she has spent much of her time researching how social media and online commerce can create communities and sustain artists through untraditional avenues. She has found an incredibly interactive art-collecting community on Instagram and uses that platform as her primary location for studio updates and shop news. Her prints are sold at MintedAnthropologie, WestElm, and MaineCottage. Jess has placed in multiple contests on Minted, including first and second place wins in the Minted X West Elm contests, and a third place win in the Minted X Domino contest.

She lives with her husband and brood of children in her beloved New England.

Catch you back here tomorrow!

All images via JessFranksArt.com, used with permission…
Images are not for reproduction, they are property of the artist.
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