Jessica Morrison (Casner) is a Floridian raised in the grassroots of Westfield, Indiana. Her childhood was filled with serving at Westfield Friends Church, a Quaker church that had been apart of the Underground Railroad. There she was able to attend mission trips to Oklahoma, Georgia, West Virginia, Belize, and Jamaica twice. If she wasn’t volunteering, there’s a good chance you could find her working at Family Christian Stores, or at the local horse barn cleaning stalls in exchange for free riding.

She graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University in 2014 with a degree in Illustration. During her college years, she accumulated student loan debt that made her desperate for a career to pay them off and still do art. One night procrastinating on a paper, she saw a property as an ad. It was a third less than her tuition, and gave her the idea to invest in real estate. The rest, as they say, is history.

During this process of growing as a Realtor, she has found it to be an incredible match with marketing, building relationships with diverse clientele, and still allows her to utilize her skill sets in creativity and storytelling. One of her favorite things about real estate is that it allows her to unleash her number one spiritual gift of hospitality. 

Artwise, Jessica enjoys illustrating and painting cultures, testimonies and environments. She works primarily with graphite pencil, and traditional oil, acrylic and watercolor paints. Her clientele locally, global heart for missions, and heart the persecuted Church continuously fuel the appreciation for diversity. These things inspire new understandings of what makes us connect at the Cross, how we love Jesus, and therefore our neighbor.

When she isn’t selling real estate, she is building her personal brand, thrifting on eBay, or enjoying a good business book with a cup of fresh Chemex coffee. There’s also a good chance she’s flirting with Joshua. It’s her favorite thing to mess with her IT systems engineer. She and Josh have been married since August of 2014. Her journey with Topical Steroid Withdrawal began in October of 2016, and continues to teach her the importance of fixing our eyes only on Jesus as the source of our hope, joy, and salvation.

Thank you for your time, and may your day be abundantly blessed!
Ephesians 3:14-21 ESV
 

Freelance & Private Art Commissions Contact: 
jessicacasner@gmail.com
317.679.3223

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God has not called me to be successful, He has called me to be faithful.” - Mother Theresa

”Look around and be distressed. Look within and be depressed. Look at Jesus and be at rest.” - Corrie Ten Boom, Holocaust survivor

”Christ is the end of our search, not the means to some further end.” - Warren W. Wiersbe

”You will get all you want in life, if you help enough other people get what they want.” - Zig Ziglar

”If you have zest and enthusiasm you attract zest and enthusiasm. Life does give back in kind.” - Norman Vincent Peale
Photo Location: Altum's Horticultural Center & Landscape Zionsville, IN October 2018 Photo by:  Kristen van Gilse

Photo Location: Altum's Horticultural Center & Landscape Zionsville, IN
October 2018
Photo by: Kristen van Gilse

Photo Location: Freshly harvested, random field in Lebanon, Indiana  October 2017 Photo by:  Kristian Irey

Photo Location: Freshly harvested, random field in Lebanon, Indiana
October 2017
Photo by: Kristian Irey

Amai Maria, Amai Bhoko, Jessica Casner and Amai Pedro  Circle of Hope International  - Two Month Internship Mvera, Malawi, Summer of 2012

Amai Maria, Amai Bhoko, Jessica Casner and Amai Pedro
Circle of Hope International - Two Month Internship
Mvera, Malawi, Summer of 2012