Jessica Hancock (formerly Springman) is an Utah-based visual artist with an emphasis on abstract painting and intuitive drawing. She received her Bachelor’s degrees in Communication and Art from Westminster College of Salt Lake City in 1998. Interested in the concepts of design and spatial relationships, her work explores the idea of abstraction as it relates to aesthetic uniformity and universal balance. Jessica has been the focus of eight solo exhibitions and included in over 50 group and collaborative art shows since 2013. She is the recipient of various honors and awards, including membership with the National Association of Women Artists, a Distinguished Artist Award from ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal and the 2015-2016 Stutz Artist Association Studio Resident Award. She was also awarded one of 12 seats at the Butler University Religion, Spirituality, and the Arts Symposium in 2016. Jessica’s work has been published in print circulations including ArtAscent, StudioVisit Magazine, Artblend, and the Directory of Illustration. She is represented by the Art Works Gallery, Cedar City, UT.
Abstract, Black & White, Design, Line, Montage, Pen & Ink, Pattern