Krista Marie Jacevicius
Absolutely love my tray! Her artwork is amazing!
My keychains, wallet and paintings are amazing! I get compliments all the time. My keychain has brought me luck, money and attention from men. It's refreshing, I feel better with it ever since I've added it to my keyring.
Coca never ceases to amaze me with her artistic talent! Every time I purchase something from her it's literally a one of a kind masterpiece!
I bought a Ceychain this week for every member in my house and the amount of love/affection and opportunity we've been given is way more than expected. I'm so happy with my product and can't wait to purchase more!
Your Local Art Plug
Coca,29, was born and raised in Worcester, Massachusetts, where she is a visual artist. Mostly self taught (other than four years of art classes in high school) in acrylic, watercolor, oil, gouache, resin, custom leather work and most recently, digital art. Her inspiration comes from her city, friends, family and spiritual journey. Her art is based on her neighborhood's bodega that had everything in it from toys, handmade sandwiches wrapped in Saran Wrap,candy, chips, big gushers, lotions, soaps, knock off perfumes and everything in between. As she got older she began to notice the art in her bodega- the neon signs in the windows, cigarillos in colorful wrappers and the aesthetic of the seven day candles. In her teens the bodega doubled as a hangout for all the neighborhood kids, her school’s bus stop and the only thing to look at from her living room window. With no idea of how fast life would hit, Coca watched the bodega slowly transition to a part-time vigil. The sidewalk surrounding it was now covered in lit candles and pictures of childhood friends. It’s brick exterior spray painted with the names of people she had just hugged days prior. Most murdered due to senseless gang violence, a few being in the wrong place at the wrong time and some succumbing to their environment and untreated mental illnesses. She learned to cope from the heartache by creating and transferring her pain and love into art. All of her pieces are one of one and never duplicate just like the friends and family she names each piece after, making everything a collectors item and a way to honor her loved ones while they are still here with us and not just when they are gone.