Jessica Cazobon was born in Arizona and spent the first years of her life in a tiny town in Illinois surrounded by corn fields. After moving to Fort Worth, Texas at the age of nine, she had found her home. She took to creativity as a child, learning crafts at camp and taking art classes through school, and it just kind of stuck.
Jessica graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington with a Bachelors in Fine Arts with a concentration in glass in 2008. It was there that she was able to hone her skills as an artist, learning to manipulate different mediums. During her time at UTA, she was also fortunate to have the opportunity to work with the F6 Gallery from its beginning stages and beyond.
It has been with the F6 Gallery Collective that she has really found her artistic voice. What began as a ragtag group of young people just looking for a place to hang their work eventually grew to become a small art movement, bridging the burgeoning art scenes of Dallas and Fort Worth. The work she has done with the F6 has contributed to some of Jessica’s proudest artistic moments.
She currently works part time as a pharmacy technician, and also as an artist at Painting With a Twist.