Jessica Dodge spent the first thirteen years of her life in the eastern half of the United States, then moved with her family to Seattle in the summer of 1970. She started her fine art training at Cornish College of the Arts in 1977, and continued it at the School of Visual Concepts through 1984; she also studied printmaking at Sev Shoon Arts Center from 2006 – 2008.
Though primarily a painter, most often employing techniques of reverse painting with oils on glass, she also creates art in a variety of other media, including murals and theater sets. Regardless of the medium, she is always looking for the story, and playing with the dynamics of darkness and light in her work.
She has exhibited her work widely in the Northwest, in addition to New York and Spain, and is currently represented by the Jadite Gallery in New York City. You can always see her work at www.jessicadodge.net, and contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org