|Biography from Aurora Colors Fine Art:|
Born in 1973, I showed an early interest in visual self-expression.
With no formal education in Art, I am constantly self-pressured to
search for ways to refine my ability to accurately depict what it is I
seek in the hunt for satisfying my own needs, as far as quality of
content, within each image.
In seeking to fulfill the desire to
see more from my own hand, I found the insatiable quest of this pursuit
to be the single most successful factor in determining the aesthetic of
the art. The more I dedicated myself to trusting my inspirational
instincts, the more art was blossoming up and rewarding me for the
efforts of my endeavors.
Maturity coupled with becoming Mother
to four wonderful children has been pivotal in my success for ‘using
the time wisely’. In maintaining a smooth household and still
finding time to scratch the creative itch, I find deepest gratitude in
allowing my love affair with the art to continue, remaining true to
myself and my children with the strictest of standards intact.
trees I’ve been producing have been tremendously successful for me. I’m
deeply thankful that my own fascination with the trees that nature has
provided us with have captured my affections in such a way that will
have me chasing their allure for years to come. To possibly suggest
that my patrons may see a bit of that relationship within the trees I
produce and themselves, leaves me tingling with appreciation and a
sense of humility not found elsewhere.
Constructing a biography
I find may oftentimes seem a daunting task. The process of art I adhere
to is very private and I’m challenged to find a deeper, more meaningful
description of what it is I do artistically without that loathsome
twinge of the contrived.
~Jessica Tehan, 2008
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