Paintings for the Heart & Home

Frisco is excited to see the arts grow each year and Frisco Fine Art is leading the way representing a number of talented artists.

Artist Jessican M. Chaix – Dallas, Texas

Jessica was introduced to the arts at a very young age in her hometown school in Chihuahua, Mexico. Early on, she began experimenting with a variety of painting and drawing techniques. As a young artist, she moved to Monterrey to more deeply pursue her interests in the arts. She earned a bachelor’s degree at the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, while simultaneously continuing her artistic studies.

In 2001, she moved to Dallas to expand her art skills, experiment with different techniques, materials, textures and search for personal growth as an artist. Since moving to Texas, Jessica has been featured in multiple art exhibitions and has been recognized by local and international organizations as an artist showcasing her multi-cultural background and experiences in her artwork. To this day, Jessica continues to explore and experiment with new techniques, allowing her to refine her personal style and differentiate herself in the artist community.

“My work is my greatest fulfillment. Each piece is a new opportunity to create a unique experience while opening myself up to the world in different ways. Inspiration is everywhere, ready for me to see it and begin creating. Forms, colors, balance, textures, mixing all these results in a fascinating fusion.”

Artist Joaquina – Dallas, Texas

I was brought up on the sunny white sand beaches of Alicante, Spain, surrounded by the beauty of creation and the sounds of gentle waves and gliding white sea gulls along this picturesque Mediterranean beach. When I least expected it, I met and married an adventurous New Yorker who swept me off to foreign lands.

As missionaries we were led to go to Indonesia and Japan to share God’s love and help the needy for 17 eventful years. In Japan I worked for years on a film production project creating and sewing costumes. I thoroughly enjoyed myself because there among needles, threads and sewing machines I discovered a creative side I didn’t know I had. My life journey then led me to live 11 years in Mexico surrounded by a most colorful culture and folklore. While in there we served and assisted three orphanages, a home for the elderly, a children’s hospital with cancer patients and also low income families. It was in Mexico I began painting with acrylics as a hobby.

As the years passed my favorite pastime evolved into a lifestyle and passion. In 2010 I moved to the United States where I continued to paint using various styles and techniques. Gradually the textured technique of using gesso captured my imagination and my creativity blossomed on canvas. I enjoy this style immensely and the feedback of my clients and friends confirmed my leanings. Although I continue to explore the endless art fallen in love with the lifelike dimension of textured painting. forms and techniques, I have My heart’s desire is to create colorful pieces that express my love for color and originality.

I create original pieces, replicas or I can customize any of my paintings with different colors to match your color palette. As I served many years abroad helping others I have decided to continue supporting needy causes. A good portion of the proceeds of each painting I sell will be donated to an orphanage we worked with for 11 years in Mexico, “Al Abrigo de Dios”.  I look forward to being able to brighten up your homes and lives with my artwork.

Artist George A. Gonazalez – Dallas, Texas

Richness, elegance, creative diversity, and emotional characterization are the hallmarks of this Texas artist born in 1966. When combined with his dramatic use of lighting, shadow, and color, his canvases quickly create a mood of gentle and vivid emotions. Even more significant is Mr. Gonzalez’s sense of detail, not only in the realism of his subject matter, but in the attention he takes to prepare his canvases and panels. Primarily self-taught, Mr. Gonzalez has gained invaluable experience through extensive book studies and by attending museums.


Mr. Gonzalez’s paintings, created in oil have won numerous awards including the Grand Prize in International Artist Magazine’s Still Life Competition 2002 and Finalist in the 2006 Competition. He was accepted into the traveling museum exhibition, “The New Reality: The Frontier of Realism in the 21st Century.” This exhibition was displayed in 10-15 museums across the country from 2008-2011. In the twenty years that he has been painting professionally, he has held a number of one-man and group shows, and has developed a following of private collectors and admirers throughout the United States and Europe.

Mark Andrew Allen – Los Angeles

“My work is a culmination of many years of painting. My urban pop expressionist work is created by sifting through materials in everyday life to find just the right imagery that connects to establish a particular narrative. I attempt to define who we are in society today by using the language of urban street art and blending my background of typography, mixed media collage, abstract expressionism, and cubism.”

H. C. Zachary – Abilene, Texas

What does art of a man whose life is just as influenced by rodeos as it is by business meetings look like? The experiences of H. C. Zachary have shaped and perfected his skills with brush and canvas through the decades. Although his collection is a product of Zachry’s experiences, you’ll find it oddly reflective of your own life – places you’ve been, people you’ve met, days long past.  We may only live once, but his painting brings the past and future together, allowing you to relive yesterday’s experiences and look forward to tomorrow’s journeys.

Hope Harrison – Frisco, Texas

“I specialize in glaze and multiple levels of enamel pieces, which take 3-4 weeks to completion. I am inspired by my love for the water, nature and my appreciation of the Native American Indian. It’s a beautiful thing when you realize what you are called to do in this life and actually pursue it.”