Jessica Jubb is an Australian born visual artist exploring the creative disciplines of contemporary jewellery and public sculpture.
She is an honours graduate (first class) of Edith Cowan University, Western Australia, where she studied Visual Arts and Psychology.
Jessica’s artwork reflects her interest in native flora and fauna, complex natural systems, and the interconnectedness of all things. Inspiration is taken from the the natural bush-lands surrounding her home, among the eastern hills of Perth, Western Australia.
Currently Jessica resides in Fitzroy Crossing, located in the Kimberley, in the far North of Western Australia. Here she explores the inspiring outback, researching and developing new works for exhibition, due to be launched September 2018.