Working primarily with oils, Jessica Davidson paints both real and imagined landscapes with ethereality.
Davidson often blurs the line between realism and abstraction as she puts all her focus on capturing the atmosphere and ambiance of a place, rather than accurately portraying a particular place or scene.
She paints intuitively, exploring the versatility of her medium and occasionally breaking away from traditional oil painting techniques to create her contemporary landscapes.
Jessica Davidson (b. 1986) is a landscape artist from the Blue Mountains, New South Wales. Davidson draws her inspiration from nature and the surrounding landscapes.
Davidson’s works have in recent years commanded a significant amount of collecting attention. Her most recent achievement includes finalist in Lethbridge Small Art Prize 2022, and having her works collected internationally in the USA, UK and Singapore.
Influenced by various significant artists from the past, from the early Impressionist painters and their love of capturing light and beauty, to colour field painters, she continues to develop her painting style and techniques.
2022 - finalist, Lethbridge 20000 Small Scale Art Award
2023 - Group Show, Aspire Gallery
2022 - Group Show, Aspire Gallery
2022 - Gather- group show, Sketch Collective Gallery
2022 - Affordable Art Fair, Melbourne Convention Centre
2022 - Incognito Art Show , Lacey Street, Surry Hills
2022 - BMCAN Group Exhibition , Gallery H
2011- Sydney Diaries : Urban Constructs - Group Exhibition, Pine Arts Gallery
2011 - Smart Arts Festival, Pine Street Gallery
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