Jessica Tamlin’s paintings are inspired by her surroundings, whether something she passes by everyday, or something that is sought out on small adventures. She has an appreciation for and connection with the everyday beauty that we sometimes pass without a thought. Using a limited palette, she paints with small, deliberate marks, often getting lost in the subject matter.
Tamlin attended The University of Guelph, where she graduated with honours in Fine Arts. In her early art school days, drawing, printmaking and sculpture were her main focus of study, but she has always held a passion for painting—especially landscapes— some of which are completed en plein air.
Listening to Silence
Surrounded by a beautifully untouched wilderness of white marble mountains and clear waters.
Size: 10 W x 8 H in
Painting: Oil on Panel
This original painting by Jessica Tamlin was painted en plein air in Killarney Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada and is from the artist’s Ontario Series. This piece is unframed, and measures 10” x 8” and is signed by the artist.
Painted en plein air just outside Algonquin Park, Ontario, Canada on the Oxtongue River. Following in the steps of the iconic Canadian artists from the Group of Seven.
Original Painting: oil on birch panel in tin
Size: 3 W x 2 H in