Jessica L Bryant
Working primarily in dry brush techniques, Jessica focuses on representing local landscapes as well as the National Park Service. She is a signature member of the Northwest Watercolor Society. Her work has been exhibited locally and nationally, including in New York City with the American Watercolor Society and in Washington D.C. with the US Botanical Garden for an exhibition celebrating the centennial of the National Park Service. Jessica greatly enjoys teaching as an opportunity to share the versatility and capability of watercolor. In addition to teaching classes for all ages and abilities at Redbrick and travelling to offer workshops, Jessica is the Director of the Fine Arts League at Sorensen Magnet School of the Arts and Humanities, where she has twice served as artist-in-residence. During one of her residencies, she worked will all 380 students to paint a sixty foot long mural of Tubbs Hill, a city park and natural space in downtown Coeur d'Alene. Jessica has served nine stints as an Artist-in-Residence for Rocky Mountain National Park, Joshua Tree National Park, Badlands National Park, and the Western Arctic National Parklands in Alaska. She has also been AiR for the Idaho Conservation League and the Owyhee Canyonlands Wilderness in southwest Idaho. For a more complete biography and list of accomplishments, visit Jessica’s website.