Jessica Gill is based in Worthing, West Sussex England. Her work is proudly sustainable, being naturally sourced or reused / upcycled. Engineering and renewable energy are strong themes at ‘Light Art’ and her playful approach to sculptures attracts viewers of all ages. Her work has sold all over Britain and the world from New York to Paris, Athens and London. More recently Gutersloh in Germany commissioned her to create a sculpture for their park. This sculpture, Lotus III which opens and closes using solar power, will be installed in a lake.

Creating Outdoor Sculptures lit by renewable energy inspired her to create Worthing Light Festival.  A stunning exhibition of art installations lit by renewable energy on the beach for 48 hours non-stop. 2019 was its 3rd year, it attracted over 10,000 visitors and Jessica raised over £24,000 from the Arts Council, Rampion Wind Farm and Community Chest to put on the festival – creating over 50 jobs in the process.