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Jessica Koppe

Jessica Koppe can barely sit still. When she isn't working in her studio she exhibits her works, collaborate on projects, and she likes to discover all aspects of art.

She talks about the things she's working on her blog and you can easily get in touch with her at

Jessica says about herself:

„When I was three years old, I wanted to become a painter.

When I was about twelve years old, I thought I would be a teacher one day.

At the age of 14 I wanted to draw comics and I wanted to illustrate books when I was 16.

Turning 18, I thought it would be a great to become an animator.

At 19 I thought I'd rather be a graphic designer.

When I was 20 years old, I decided to study fine arts.

Today I do a bit of everything: As a freelance artist I use all these talents to create my works.

My secret super power is that I'm able to create something beautiful from close-to-nothing.”

Jessica Koppe, 2012

Short CV

Since the end of her postgraduate degree in at the Master class of Henk Visch (Academy of Fine Arts Muenster) in 2012, Jessica Koppe lives and works as a freelance artist in Porta Westfalica, Germany.

2012 Lecturer at Paderborn University, Germany
Jury member of the NW Animation Festival, Portland, Oregon
2009 Diploma at the Academy of Fine Arts Muenster, Germany
Postgraduate degree in at the Master class of Henk Visch, Academy of Fine Arts Muenster, Germany
2008 Scholarship for study stay at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, Austria; class of Christian Ludwig Attersee / studio for experimental animation
2008 University of the West of England Bristol, UK for Three Month Animation Course
Guest article in Barry JC Purves, Stopmotion. Passion, Process and Performance, Oxford, UK, 2008
2007 Honoured as "Meisterschüler" by Professor Henk Visch
2002 - 2009 Fine Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts Muenster, Germany
at the classes of Timm Ulrichs, Henk Visch, Andreas Köpnick and with Peter Schumbrutzki
2001 Philosophy, History and Art Education at Bielefeld University, Germany

On a regular basis she takes part in exhibitions and film festivals in Germany and abroad since 2003, and her works can be found in private and public collections.