RAW Artist Jessie Caballero

ArtQuench Introduces

Jessie Caballero

We discovered Jessie’s wonderfully original artwork through

Raw Natural Born Artists in Los Angeles

Jessie began her artistic passion from her early childhood.

Meet Jessie


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I’ve been involved with all forms of art for as long as I can remember… since I first learned how to hold a pencil and before I could even write my own name. My mother once told me that when I was 2 or 3, she saw me draw a circle and she instantly knew that I had inherited my dad’s artistic ability. I would draw all over the furniture, I would draw or trace my coloring book pages on separate sheets of paper so that I could color the same image over and over and create different versions.

Jessie 1 year


I stole endless reams of paper from my dad’s work, I doodled in my dad’s sketchbooks (and simultaneously ruined them) because I wanted to feel professional and talented like him. I kept my crayons and markers in pristine condition, making sure the tips were never dull and the cap was always put on correctly. I hated Rose Art. I needed Crayola because I wanted “quality art supplies”. I hated peeling the paper back to sharpen the crayon because I felt it ruined the beauty of the crayon. I always looked forward to art class on Tuesdays. I was constantly making things as a child, whether it was sock puppets or paper reindeer antlers for a cheesy Christmas costume. I gave drawing lessons to the kids down the street and sold my Pokemon drawings for $1 a piece. I’ve been helplessly in love with all things creative my entire life. I will always be helplessly in love.

Jessie sock puppet

Jessie kindergarten


Jessie dad

Throughout my life, I have gradually fallen even more in love with all things art related. I indulge myself in others’ work, and I am always eager to try a new medium, be it sculpture, sewing, wood carving, welding, etc. It has taken over ten years to develop a style that I can call my own, and each time I draw I am continuously experimenting with different methods of drawing eyes, noses, limbs, etc.

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I hardly ever draw the same thing twice. I always try to create a new creature each time my pencil hits the paper, and what happens between that moment and the final product is beyond my own comprehension. When I draw, I enter a completely different realm.

Jessie Caballero Deep Sea Diver


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I’m no longer mentally attached to reality. It’s really hard to explain what I am feeling or thinking about when I’m in the process of creating something. All I know is that I fall deep into a trance and it is my escape, my therapy.

More Info 



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and my instagram handle which is @jessieshungry



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