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    Jessica Watts

    Through the years Jessica has amassed all sorts of printed ephemera which she revives in her artwork. She paints predominantly in oils but her art is rooted in collage. For her, there is an affection and tenderness in the re-purposing of things that once belonged to someone else. Her collection of 1940’s and 1950’s wallpaper is the inspiration for her acclaimed series of work “Wallflower”. The series is an exploration into feminine identity: in particular, how appearances relate to the inner self. It started with a question: Is a wallflower the one who shrinks into the background and becomes invisible…Or is she something that emerges from the wall, opening, blossoming, divulging her secrets? Perhaps beauty is more about the observer than the observed—if there is someone looking, then what is hidden may be revealed…