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African American Art, Safari Tribal
Alice In Wonderland
Angels, Cherubs
Archangels
Animals Bear to Zebra
Aromatherapy, Oils
Perfume Bottles
Art Nouveau, Jewelry
Art Prints, Sculptures
Aztec, Mayan Art
Band Merchandise, Buttons
Baskets, Trays
Bed and Bath
Beer Signs, Beer Clocks
Betty Boop Clothing
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Betty Boop Collectibles
Birdhouses, Bird Feeders
Books, Metaphysical
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Buddhism, Eastern Religious Icons
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Tealights, Votives
Candle Holders, Snuffers
Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles
Cartoon, Anime
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Celestial Sun Moon Stars
Celtic Design, Greenman
Chess Sets, TicTacToe
Clocks, Wall Clocks
Clocks, Neon
Clowns, Jesters
Coca-Cola
Diner Neons, Nostalgia
Crosses, Inspiration
Crystals, Gems, Stones
Crystal Jewelry
Day of the Dead, Latino
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Dragon Collectibles
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Dragons, Posters
Egyptian Collectibles
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Fairy Collectibles
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Frank Lloyd Wright Collection
Gameroom Billiards
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Planters, Wall Plaques
Gargoyles, Griffins
Glassware, Goblets
Ancient Goddesses
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Gothic, Skulls
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Greek Art, Mythology
Herbs, Spices
Hindu Art, Statues
Incense, Burners, Censers
Jewelry, Amulets, Boxes
Kitchen, Wine
Knights, Castles
Lamps, Lighting
Lightswitch Plates
Magick, Spell Supplies
Mermaids
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Mousepads, Computer
Music CDs
Nautical, Lighthouses
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Neon Sculptures
Oriental, Feng Shui
Patches
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Places, City Skylines
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Star Wars, Star Trek, UFO
Steampunk
Stickers, Decals, Cards
Swords, Daggers
Letter Openers
Tarot Cards, Bags, Boxes
Oracles, Supplies
Tattoos
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T-Shirts, Hats
Unicorns, Pegasus
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High Priestess
High Priestess
About the artist: Born on April 29th, 1974, Jessica always excelled in art, especially painting. After winning an award for a painting in high school, Jessica decided to pursue her dream by studying fine art at the University of Toledo inside the Toledo Museum of Art. Here she learned various techniques of drawing and painting, with an emphasis on the human figure. After college, Jessica set out to begin her professional art career. Always having a deep appreciation and fascination with fantasy art, it seemed only natural that she take this path with her art. It has been a decision that Jessica has never regretted.

"Even as a little girl, I loved all types of fantasy art. I remember collecting stickers, calendars, books (virtually anything I could get my hands on) that depicted fantasy and mythological artwork. Over the years, I filled countless drawing pads with my own fantasy renditions: unicorns, fairies, dragons, mermaids and the like. Even to this day, I still get that old familiar rush of excitement when I look at a beautiful fantasy painting. It is this incredible exhilaration that keeps me painting my own creations in hopes that I too can evoke these feelings in the hearts and minds of others. I can't tell you how it makes my heart sing when I hear from others who tell me how my art has touched them in a special way. I am inspired by many things...Mother Earth and all her beauty, with all of her faeries and nature spirits, the glorious moon above with all her mysteries, the twining vines and twisted trees of the forest, the twinkle in my little girl's eyes as she discovers the world around her, and most of all, by the magic that exists in even the smallest things. Each painting is like a wonderful journey for me, and I never know just where it will take me in the end." - Jessica Galbreth

Jessica's original paintings can be found in countless public and private collections throughout the world. Patrons can also purchase Jessica's prints and gift items featuring her art in shops and galleries throughout the world.

Jessica married her high school sweetheart, Josh, on January 20th, 2001 in a candle-lit winter evening ceremony in an old fashioned chapel. Josh works as an F-16 Air Craft Mechanic for the Air Force and Air National Guard in Toledo, Ohio. Together, they make their home in an enchanted house in West Toledo where they live with their daughter Julia Rose, born February 24th, 2003, as well as a whole bunch of pets they consider their kids (Nala the dog, 4 cats, a boa and a yellow-plated lizard named Reggie).

Note: The "copyright protected" mark does not appear on the print that you receive.

8.5" high x 11" wide print with clear sleeve protective cover.

Item #PJG232

  • $12.95








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