These original watercolors are one of a kind, and painted with the deep desire to bring abundance, healing, and joy to the viewer.
I create from the heart. Some of my series are watercolor landscapes that layer elements of nature into the urban scenery of Brooklyn’s Navy Yard and surrounding neighborhoods, where I live and work. These works explore both the history and present reality of human industry and architecture, and explores the decay and evolution of this geographic space.
Other series delve into the familial histories we all share, processing trauma, integrating stories, and repeating patterns.
I also create commissioned pieces for individuals combining positive psychology coaching techniques, personalized goal and visualization strategies, and meditation. Each individual commission includes a private interview and coaching session, and the work will be based on my impressions of your goals, and spiritual desires.
If you’re interested in commissioning and original work, please contact me at hello (at) alexandrajamieson (dot) com.
Born in Portland, Oregon in 1975, Alexandra Jamieson is a New York City based watercolorist whose paintings have earned acclaim for their blend of natural, astronomical, and urban elements. Having studied watercolor since 2009, her work has been featured in the Mona Niko Gallery in Mission Viejo, CA, and the Kunstraum Gallery and shows in New York City, and was awarded a Merit Award in the Art Room Gallery Open Show 2020.
She creates commissioned “meditation portraits” for private clients around the world and teaches painting and creative thinking in leadership workshops.
Alex is an award-winning and highly sought-after international speaker, executive coach for women, best-selling author, podcast host of Her Rules Radio and was the co-creator and co-star of the Oscar-nominated documentary Super Size Me.
Her work as an author and documentarian has been featured in Oprah Magazine, Martha Stewart Living, Good Morning America, CNN, USA Today, and more.