Jessica Baron

Joined Artfinder: Jan. 2017

Artworks for sale: 18

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Ireland

About Jessica Baron

 
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  • Biography

    Jessica Baron is a Canadian painter living in Ireland. 

    Her work is intuitive and expressive. Layers of paint are built freely with a lot of movement, a painted dance on canvas. Dramatic atmospheres take shape in textured palette knife strokes, yet creating a serene scene with simple forms in an impressionistic style.

    Her current work, through subjects mainly of landscapes and still life, explore themes of serene solitude, togetherness and a contrasting loneliness and inevitable passage of time. Both somewhat connected and distinct at the same time, tainted by our own perspective.

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    Event: Art Source

    Dates: Nov. 10, 2022 - Nov. 14, 2022

    Venue: RDS Dublin, Dublin Ireland

    Art Source is the largest contemporary Art Showcase in Ireland.

    Event: Kenmare Arts Festival

    Dates: July 14, 2022 - Aug. 30, 2022

    Venue: Kenmare Butter Market Gallery, Kerry, Ireland

    A showcase of Artists in the West of Ireland

    Event: Spring tide

    Dates: March 1, 2022 - April 30, 2022

    Venue: Beframed Gallery, Douglas, Cork, Ireland

    Curated Contemporary Arts exhibition

    Event: Curved horizons

    Dates: Aug. 27, 2021 - Oct. 31, 2021

    Venue: St. Peter's Church Cultural Centre, Cork, Ireland

    Curved Horizons is a contemporary exhibition featuring eight artists’ work set against the dramatic backdrop of St. Peter’s Church, Cork. The official opening is on August 27th.
    At first glance, this group appears to have little in common. However, this diverse collection showcases emerging and established artists who invite you to step into their private worlds, each uniquely rich and compelling. This exhibition features various works by Tony O’Connor, Caleb Butterly, Jessica Baron, Julianne Guinee, Brid Moynahan, Mary St. Leger, Orla Hickey and Claire O’Keeffe.
    Curved Horizons is a provocative and inspiring journey offering a unique experience for all art lovers

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There are no upcoming events

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Previous events

Event: Art Source

Dates: Nov. 10, 2022 - Nov. 14, 2022

Venue: RDS Dublin, Dublin Ireland

Art Source is the largest contemporary Art Showcase in Ireland.

Event: Kenmare Arts Festival

Dates: July 14, 2022 - Aug. 30, 2022

Venue: Kenmare Butter Market Gallery, Kerry, Ireland

A showcase of Artists in the West of Ireland

Event: Spring tide

Dates: March 1, 2022 - April 30, 2022

Venue: Beframed Gallery, Douglas, Cork, Ireland

Curated Contemporary Arts exhibition

Event: Curved horizons

Dates: Aug. 27, 2021 - Oct. 31, 2021

Venue: St. Peter's Church Cultural Centre, Cork, Ireland

Curved Horizons is a contemporary exhibition featuring eight artists’ work set against the dramatic backdrop of St. Peter’s Church, Cork. The official opening is on August 27th.
At first glance, this group appears to have little in common. However, this diverse collection showcases emerging and established artists who invite you to step into their private worlds, each uniquely rich and compelling. This exhibition features various works by Tony O’Connor, Caleb Butterly, Jessica Baron, Julianne Guinee, Brid Moynahan, Mary St. Leger, Orla Hickey and Claire O’Keeffe.
Curved Horizons is a provocative and inspiring journey offering a unique experience for all art lovers


 

Biography

Jessica Baron is a Canadian painter living in Ireland. 

Her work is intuitive and expressive. Layers of paint are built freely with a lot of movement, a painted dance on canvas. Dramatic atmospheres take shape in textured palette knife strokes, yet creating a serene scene with simple forms in an impressionistic style.

Her current work, through subjects mainly of landscapes and still life, explore themes of serene solitude, togetherness and a contrasting loneliness and inevitable passage of time. Both somewhat connected and distinct at the same time, tainted by our own perspective.