Jessie Somers

Jessie Somers, a native of Canada’s west coast, possesses a deep-rooted passion for art. Born and raised amidst the stunning landscapes of the region, Jessie’s connection with nature served as a profound inspiration for her creative journey. In 2010, she proudly earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the prestigious University of the Fraser Valley.

Although Jessie lacked formal training in watercolor techniques, her unwavering dedication and innate talent led her to become a self-taught artist in the medium. Her artistic repertoire encompasses a diverse range of subjects, including surreal and fantasy-based themes, captivating natural views, picturesque landscapes, and soulful portraits. Jessie’s exploration of watercolor extends beyond traditional boundaries, as she constantly seeks innovative methods to showcase her artwork. Working at Opus Art Supplies has allowed her to experiment with unconventional materials, such as wood panels, on which she skillfully applies watercolors and finishes them with a glossy resin coating.

In addition to her own artistic pursuits, Jessie Somers has made significant contributions to the art community as a teacher. With almost seven years of experience instructing painting classes, she has nurtured aspiring artists, sharing her knowledge and techniques while fostering their creativity. Furthermore, Jessie actively participates in the local art scene, regularly exhibiting her work in galleries and shops. Her captivating watercolor pieces, each imbued with emotion and intricacy, have garnered well-deserved admiration and praise from both fellow artists and art enthusiasts alike.

Through her dedication to her craft, Jessie Somers continues to evolve as an artist, constantly pushing the boundaries of her own creativity. Her watercolor paintings serve as a testament to her unique vision and unwavering passion, capturing the beauty of the world around her and offering viewers a glimpse into her vivid imagination.

Jessie Somers with Work


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