A Seattle-based artist whose approach to her art is the same as her approach to life: Explore. Take risks. Refuse to be crippled by the fear of failure. And at all costs, love what you do.

"Born to live, loved to love, created to create".
Background Illustrations provided by: http://edison.rutgers.edu/
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Thank you all for your ongoing support! It’s a privilege to be able to share my art with the world in so many different ways.

Excited to announce the release of some exciting new products for sale atwww.jessicabyrdart.com.
Now featuring Tanks, Hoodies, Clocks, Pillows, and more!
Come check out the SHOP at http://jessicabyrdart.com/shop/

Thank you all for your ongoing support! It’s a privilege to be able to share my art with the world in so many different ways.

AUCTION: The highest bidder will be the owner of this painting to support the cause of @Sara hemerson as she travels back to Uganda to Destiny Orphanage. Biddings are also being held on Facebook, and will end on Wednesday, march 5. Thank you for your attention and for supporting this cause. Painting is titled, “Withstand”, based on Matthew  7:13, “Enter by the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many.” One fish swims the opposite direction from the rest, signifying obedience and commitment to following one’s convictions, And the leading of the Holy Spirit. Medium: acrylic and chalk pastel on hardboard. 24x36

AUCTION: The highest bidder will be the owner of this painting to support the cause of @Sara hemerson as she travels back to Uganda to Destiny Orphanage. Biddings are also being held on Facebook, and will end on Wednesday, march 5. Thank you for your attention and for supporting this cause. Painting is titled, “Withstand”, based on Matthew 7:13, “Enter by the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the way is easy that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many.” One fish swims the opposite direction from the rest, signifying obedience and commitment to following one’s convictions, And the leading of the Holy Spirit. Medium: acrylic and chalk pastel on hardboard. 24x36