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This painting was created in March 2020, during the Covid19 quarantine. Watching the crisis unfold has been heart-wrenching on many levels, and there are certainly hard times ahead. We are all finding ways of coping with the uncertainty of a global pandemic. I have found comfort in my painting studio, and my work has become very large in scale. 

During this time, I am embracing patience--patience with myself, patience with those in my (suddenly) small realm, and patience with those in the larger world. We will get through this. In the meantime, let's love each other and nurture all ways of expressing our reactions to this very weird moment.
This painting was created in March 2020, during the Covid19 quarantine. Watching the crisis unfold has been heart-wrenching on many levels, and there are certainly hard times ahead. We are all finding ways of coping with the uncertainty of a global pandemic. I have found comfort in my painting studio, and my work has become very large in scale. 

During this time, I am embracing patience--patience with myself, patience with those in my (suddenly) small realm, and patience with those in the larger world. We will get through this. In the meantime, let's love each other and nurture all ways of expressing our reactions to this very weird moment.
This painting was created in March 2020, during the Covid19 quarantine. Watching the crisis unfold has been heart-wrenching on many levels, and there are certainly hard times ahead. We are all finding ways of coping with the uncertainty of a global pandemic. I have found comfort in my painting studio, and my work has become very large in scale. 

During this time, I am embracing patience--patience with myself, patience with those in my (suddenly) small realm, and patience with those in the larger world. We will get through this. In the meantime, let's love each other and nurture all ways of expressing our reactions to this very weird moment.
This painting was created in March 2020, during the Covid19 quarantine. Watching the crisis unfold has been heart-wrenching on many levels, and there are certainly hard times ahead. We are all finding ways of coping with the uncertainty of a global pandemic. I have found comfort in my painting studio, and my work has become very large in scale. 

During this time, I am embracing patience--patience with myself, patience with those in my (suddenly) small realm, and patience with those in the larger world. We will get through this. In the meantime, let's love each other and nurture all ways of expressing our reactions to this very weird moment.
This painting was created in March 2020, during the Covid19 quarantine. Watching the crisis unfold has been heart-wrenching on many levels, and there are certainly hard times ahead. We are all finding ways of coping with the uncertainty of a global pandemic. I have found comfort in my painting studio, and my work has become very large in scale. 

During this time, I am embracing patience--patience with myself, patience with those in my (suddenly) small realm, and patience with those in the larger world. We will get through this. In the meantime, let's love each other and nurture all ways of expressing our reactions to this very weird moment.
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Crisis in the Air Painting

Jessica Eichman

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Size: 96 W x 66 H x 0.1 D in

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This painting was created in March 2020, during the Covid19 quarantine. Watching the crisis unfold has been heart-wrenching on many levels, and there are certainly hard times ahead. We are all finding ways of coping with the uncertainty of a global pandemic. I have found comfort in my painting studio, and my work has become very large in scale. During this time, I am embracing patience--patience with myself, patience with those in my (suddenly) small realm, and patience with those in the larger world. We will get through this. In the meantime, let's love each other and nurture all ways of expressing our reactions to this very weird moment.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

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Size:96 W x 66 H x 0.1 D in

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Jessica Saterstrom Eichman is an artist who works and lives in Nashville, Tennessee. A native of Natchez, Mississippi, Jessica earned degrees in Art and French before living and working in Paris, France; Corvallis, Oregon; and Boston, Massachusetts. Jessica’s early career in graphic design and illustration gave her a love of visual composition, and an understanding of the communicative power of shape, line and color. These elements took on new life in 2011, when she began to shift her creative focus to public art and painting. Jessica’s works have been shown in numerous group and solo art exhibitions, where she has won awards for her paintings. Her 2012 design for a public art sculpture, “City Irises,” selected as a winner by Nashville Metro Arts Council, was cast in steel and installed in Nashville’s Hermitage Park. In 2020, Jessica’s work was selected for the prestigious Red Clay Survey of Contemporary Southern Art at the Huntsville Museum of Art in Huntsville, Alabama. Also in 2020, Jessica’s work was featured in Art Folio 2020, a juried collection of contemporary art curated in a coffee table book. In 2018 Nashville Metro Arts chose Jessica for ArtWORKS: 40 for 40, in which her work was inducted into the permanent art collection in the Historic Metro Courthouse. The Frist Art Museum selected Jessica in 2017 for the Frist Bollard Project. Jessica is a member of the Contemporary Collective and the Nashville Artist Guild. She is frequently featured on Saatchi Art; she was chosen for the Inside The Studio series in 2017, and was featured in the Saatchi Art printed catalog in 2019. Jessica is represented by dk Contemporary in Marietta, Georgia. Her work can be found in public and private collections across the country and internationally. Instagram: @jessicaeichman

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