Archive of Author | Jessica Lloyd-Jones

Jessica Lloyd-Jones is a visual artist based in North Wales (b.1983) with a First-Class Honours degree in Fine Art and MFA in Sculpture from Edinburgh College of Art in 2007. She has produced public artworks for organisations including Adelaide Festival Australia, Canary Wharf London, The Royal Astronomical Society, Plas Heli Welsh National Sailing Academy, Conwy Castle, Pontio Arts and Innovation Centre and Göteborg Energi Sweden.

Jessica’s work has been showcased in international exhibitions including; World Crafts Council Second European Triennial of Ceramic and Glass (Belgium), SOFA (New York), Fraser Gallery (Maryland), Museo di Palazzo Poggi (Bologna), Musee de la Main, (Lausanne) and Casoria Contemporary Art Museum (Naples). Her work has also been included in UK exhibitions with Grizedale Forest, NOVA Biennial Welsh Art Prize, Mostyn Open 20, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, UK Young Artists, British Glass Biennale, National Eisteddfod of Wales, Blinc Digital Arts and Royal West Academy of England.

Awards have included a Royal Society of Sculptors Bursary, Glass Art Society Emerging Artist Lecture Award, Kentucky and Arts Council of Wales Creative Wales Award. She has undertaken international residencies at UrbanGlass New York, Ruthin Craft Centre, PDR National Centre for Product Design and Research (Cardiff) and Leitrim Sculpture Centre, Ireland.

Articles with Jessica Lloyd-Jones

Sun Catcher

Jessica Lloyd-Jones is a visual artist whose work explores concepts of energy and natural phenomena through the experimental use of materials and light. In her work, ‘Sun Catcher’, she has created a vivid light installation at Rowan View Hospital, a Mental Health facility in Maghull, Merseyside, sensitively employing the use of light and colour to create a relaxing environment for staff, visitors and service users.