Jessica Lee Ives

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Shadow Casting

$1,000
Jessica Lee Ives
Shadow Casting
oil on panel, 8x10"

Charge and Recharge

$1,000
Jessica Lee Ives
Charge and Recharge
oil on panel, 10x10"

Light of Life I

$700
Jessica Lee Ives
Light of Life I
oil on panel, 6x6"

Beginning At The End

$700
Jessica Lee Ives
Beginning At The End
oil on panel, 6x6"

Emergent III

$400
Jessica Lee Ives
Emergent III
oil on panel, 4x4"

Emergent II

$700
Jessica Lee Ives
Emergent II
oil on panel, 6x6"

Healing

$1,000
Jessica Lee Ives
Healing
oil on panel, 10x10"

Water Impression

$12,000
Jessica Lee Ives
Water Impression
oil on panel, 48x60"

Evening at the Big Eddy

$5,500
Jessica Lee Ives
Evening at the Big Eddy
oil on panel, 20x60"

Blue Zone

SOLD
Jessica Lee Ives
Blue Zone
oil on panel, 36x48"

Men Like Trees Walking 4

$700
Jessica Lee Ives
Men Like Trees Walking 4
oil on panel, 6x6"

Climbing the Cathedral

$10,000
Jessica Lee Ives
Climbing the Cathedral
oil on panel, 48x48"

Summer-Sault

$7,000
Jessica Lee Ives
Summer-Sault
oil on panel, 40x40"

Transitional Point Of Light

$5,500
Jessica Lee Ives
Transitional Point Of Light
oil on panel, 30x40"

Biosignature

$3,200
Jessica Lee Ives
Biosignature
oil on panel, 24x24"

Interference and Integrity

$5,500
Jessica Lee Ives
Interference and Integrity
oil on panel, 24x48"

Constructive Interference

$5,500
Jessica Lee Ives
Constructive Interference
oil on panel, 24x48"

Where We Live, How We Live: The Mills

$3,000
Jessica Lee Ives
Where We Live, How We Live: The Mills
oil on panel, 10x48"

Embodied Cognition

$2,300
Jessica Lee Ives
Embodied Cognition
oil on panel, 18x18"

Centering

$1,000
Jessica Lee Ives
Centering
oil on panel, 10x10"

Submerge the Self

$1,000
Jessica Lee Ives
Submerge the Self
oil on panel, 10x10"


Bio

Jessica Lee Ives (née Jessica Stammen) (b. 1980) received her B.F.A. from The Cooper Union School of Art and was named one of Glamour Magazine’s Top Ten College Women of 2003. Her work as an artist-in-residence at Ground Zero in New York City after September 11, 2001 earned her the Clark Foundation Fellowship with which she pursued her self-directed M.A. at New York University’s Gallatin School. Jessica also studied anatomy, physiology, kinesiology, clinical massage and movement.

Jessica explores people in motion through the natural world. Her paintings are filled with adventure, vitality, natural beauty, and wonder.

Jessica’s current studio is located in Camden, Maine where she and her husband, Jonathan, own and operate Making Movement, a clinical massage practice.