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Next month we will have the London Olympic games, so you will probably visit the british capital during that time. There is not only sports in live, art too. So if you will be in London then, you need to visit an interesting exhibition by Jessica Zoob. It is called Passion and  it will take place at NEO Bankside.


The style expressed in this collection is amazing and electrifying. Passion liberates the artist. It make her get rid of barriers and feel the freedom under her brush. What is interesting here is that we could see an amazing reference to impressionism but in a more modern and liberated way. On this, we could link Jessica Zoob’s work here as Contemporary art. She got her freedom from the mainstreams to create her own.

Here some of the great artwork you can see during the exhibition.




Jessica Zoob trained at Central School of Art and Nottingham University, during which she travelled extensively, spending time on research in China and exploring other parts of Indonesia.
For seven years, she worked as a theatre designer at venues including the Bristol Old Vic, the Royal National Theatre and Greenwich Theatre.

Since 2000, Jessica has worked exclusively as an artist from her Lewes home and studio. She exhibits regularly in and around London and has works in private collections worldwide.

“My environment has always inspired me, whether rural or urban. I love untamed nature, craggy rocks and bleak moors. I find myself fascinated and moved by crumbling plaster walls that reveal the bones of a building and bear its human history in marks and faded paint. This interplay between man and nature often finds its way into my work. I do not usually intend the paintings to be figurative but they are often completed and given meaning by the viewer’s imagination. I may be inspired by a storm, a mountain, or a love affair – or possibly all three,” says Jessica Zoob.

Jessica’s new and extraordinary exhibition entitled Passion will be exclusively on view at luxury property development, NEO Bankside, London from 5th – 26th July 2012 (previews available from 2nd July). Viewings are by appointment only. Call 07966 572204 or email


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