Jessica Snow will be exhibiting her Confluence series. Snow writes about these works, "Confluence— The Still Lifes’ is a series I began during the pandemic, when life suddenly shifted to staying at home. As an artist who’s primarily inspired by travel, I was looking for inspiration in staying still, and in this stillness, I gradually noticed still-life forms emerging in my work. Contemplation of the simple pleasures of life such as fruits and flowers, this is has carried me through the past year. Allowing joyfulness to merge with a quiet meditation upon color, shape, and the infinite combinations thereof—capturing these fleeting moments has been my saving grace."
Jessica Snow is an artist, professor, and curator based in San Francisco. She earned a BA from UC Davis and a MFA from Mills College, and also attended the Sorbonne and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. Recently she presented “Badass Color,’ a 2-person show at Le Pavé d'Orsay in Paris, and she participated in the Biennale Internationale d'Art Non Objectif in Pont-de-Claix, France. Her painting is characterized by bright, playful geometrics, and her inspiration is fed by research into mid-century architecture, landscape design, 20thc. art history and Asian art history
.Jessica Snow has had several solo shows in the Bay Area, New York, Dallas, and Southern California, including the Riverside Art Museum. She’s been in group shows at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art, Crocker Art Museum, Monterey Art Museum and the Sonoma Valley Museum of Art. Internationally Jessica has participated in many group shows in the Netherlands, Germany, France, Poland, Thailand, Australia, Uruguay, Argentina, and Ukraine.