- Jessika Jacob creates paintings with thousands of tiny dots.
- The technique she uses is similar to pointillism.
- She has sold her paintings to customers in more than 15 countries.
Artist Jessika Jacob makes paintings with lots of little dots, using a technique that is similar to pointillism.
She only uses one brush to paint the droplets.
Jessika started the paintings as part of her yoga training. Her first designs had only a few drops, but now they are more complex.
She uses painting as a form of meditation. She says it takes an immense amount of patience. In fact, some paintings can take over 100 hours to make.
Jessika has sold prints to people in more than 15 countries.
Prices start at £720 for a 12”x12” painting.
She shares her work on her Instagram page.
Produced by Claudia Romeo
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