Saturday, December 27, 2008

Time Magazine!

Hey all!
Yesterday was a HUGE day for my husband, Aaron! The issue of Time Magazine in which a piece of his art is in just came out! Aaron made a label for a bottle of champagne for election day if Barack Obama won. The fake champagne label was an homage to Obama's victory in the style of the Dom Perignon. A friend of his at work, Maika Keuben, was contacted by Time Magazine when the saw the picture she took of the bottle on her flicker. It's their Person of the Year issue and the bottle is among other artists' works dedicated to Obama. So check it out! You can see the label up close on page 37 and then the pull bottle on page 45. I'm so proud that Aaron's art is in a major national magazine AND also proud because we got to drink the champagne in celebration!

Saturday, November 15, 2008

November is HOT HOT HOT!

Hey all
So as you may be fully aware (by the title) this November is steaming with goodness. The presidential election is over- woo hoo! -and ended well I might add. AND the latest issue Nickelodeon Magazine is out where you can see a gag comic that I did (of the Statue of Liberty). November also hosts my 2nd wedding anniversary-woo hoo!- AND Thanksgiving. Who could ask for anything more? Toyota.

kiss kiss

Thursday, September 25, 2008


Last week I had work on the cover of Seattle's "The Stranger" weekly alternative paper for their back to school issue. Work from my "Grew" series was featured on the cover as well as four other pieces accompanying the feature article.

To read the article and see more of my work, click on the link below:

Also, late next month keep your eye out for the new issue of Nickelodeon Magazine- I have a comic in the upcoming November issue!

more to come...

Friday, June 20, 2008


So you can probably see that my website is back in smooth and running order! woo hoo! Well, it was actually back up later that same day...I am still just getting used to this whole "blogging" thing and staying on top of it, so there you have it. So it's business as usual at Camp Jessixa! Thank you for your patience!


Monday, June 16, 2008


Hey All
I just wanted to make a quick note for anyone that might see this who has tried to visit my website recently. I am having some technical difficulties with my website working with the new version of Flash, so until we get this resolved, if you want to see the work on my site, you will have to go directly to each section, you can use the following links:







Paintings & Prints:


Contact Info:

Sorry for the inconvenience. I hope to get my site up and in running order soon! If you need to reach me, email me at:


Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Old Fart, New Website!

Ho! Ho! Ho!

Is it X-mas all ready? Well it must be because my wunderbar husband has just become the Gatekeeper AND Keymaster to his website! He has just revised and spruced up is already nifty site and has reformatted and added some new stuff!

So, for a good time, visit:

Here is a picture from the future of my old man in action!
Cowabunga, dudes!


Monday, May 5, 2008

Hot in the city!

Hola! Happy Cinco de Mayo!

Just thought I'd be a good blogger and give a quick update on my blog of the latest "haps" that are going on with me. The latest issue of Seattle's The Stranger features a collaborative drawing that my husband Aaron Bagley and I did for an article about life in Seattle from a non-Seattleite's perspective by Tao Lin. Here is the link to the article: and here is the image.

Aaron and I frequently collaborate on drawings in a series that we call "Duet."We've been drawing together so long now, most of the time we can't tell who drew what on each drawing. We try to have a show of new work about once a year. You can see more work from "Duet" on my website as well as Aaron's, You should check out his website anyway, he's got lots of great drawings, paintings and comics on there.

We currently have some collaborate sculpture's of little galleries for sale and display at The Hideout, our favorite hidden bar in Capitol Hill (located at 1005 Boren Ave, Seattle). The work is in The Hideout's new art vending machine called E.A.R.L. Check it out if you are in the neighborhood, or go out of your way to go there if you are not in the neighborhood. The Hideout is a great place for great drinks, clandestine meetings in dim light, and floor to super-high ceilings of amazing art. Here is a link to The Hideout's website:

Well, that's all I have for now. More updates soon!


Friday, April 4, 2008

Huzzah! My blog is up!

Hey everybody!

This is officially the new blog feature for my website! I can now inform you of the latest "haps" that are going on in the world of Jessixa. Until some other structural changes to the website are made, I will be reporting all upcoming shows, events, publications, announcements, recipes, math equations, dance moves, mental ramblings etc. right here.

If you have any questions for me or want to be on a mailing list of some kind please feel free to send me an email:

Um... What else? I don't really have anything else to say at this point. Um... I can also now officially update my resume and bio myself, thanks to my fabulous web manager Peet.

Um... I've been keep up with the current season of America's Next Top Model.

I uh... tried almond milk for the first time today.

Okay, that's really all I have to say at the moment. But stay tuned for more (hopefully more interesting) posts to come!

"You have your way. I have my way. As for the right way, the correct way, and the only way, it does not exist."--Friedrich Nietzsche