Jessica Levant Art Collections
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Artwork by Jessica Levant
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Jerry Logas on Baratone Sax by Jessica Levant
Quarantine Roadmap by Jessica Levant
Pas une poire by Jessica Levant
Blue Rondo by Jessica Levant
Wine Glasses by Jessica Levant
Kerouac Alley by Jessica Levant
Bouzigues Street Scene by Jessica Levant
ATT Ballpark with Juan Marichal Statue by Jessica Levant
Redhead by Jessica Levant
Dazzle by Jessica Levant
Turkey Vultures by Jessica Levant
Number 8 by Jessica Levant
Martini Glasses 2 by Jessica Levant
Gaylord Perry by Jessica Levant
congas by Jessica Levant
Alvon Johnson by Jessica Levant
Fort Mason by Jessica Levant
Snowy Egret by Jessica Levant
Specs by Jessica Levant
Walt Disney Concert Center by Jessica Levant
Through a Glass Lightly by Jessica Levant
Hot Shoes by Jessica Levant
East to West by Jessica Levant
In Transit by Jessica Levant
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About Jessica Levant
Jessica is a native San Franciscan who has lived in New York and London for a total of 30 years. Always interested in art, she only began considering herself a serious artist after returning to San Francisco in the late nineties, re-designed her career and her life. She is mainly self-taught, though she has taken various classes in painting and photography over the years.
Jessica's tagline is 'Unexpected views of the ordinary - Ordinary views of the unexpected'. She loves finding new ways to share what she sees around her. Often that involves using filters to digitally manipulate her photographs, sometimes changing backgrounds or building composites of several images. Sometimes she merely changes colors. She is drawn to shapes, juxtapositions as well as visual irony, mostly in urban settings.
Her work has been accepted into dozens of juried shows and have won awards both in-gallery and online in photography contests. She has had 10 solo shows in the past 9 years, and participated in several small group shows in addition to her regular gallery showings.
Also an avid jazz lover, Jessica has published two photo books called San Francisco Bay Area Jazz and Bluesicians (Vol. 1 & 2) which together include 251 portraits of local musicians taken during performances, each accompanied by a bio. More on these books can be found at bayareajazzandbluesicians.com. Lastly, Street Seens, is a compilation of some street photography from around the world, published in 2011 and available from blurb.com.