Fascinated by the rich textural forms of rural Suffolk, the Southern Uplands and the Galloway coastline, Jacqueline explores and exposes the historical scars on these striking landscapes. Natural processes and human interaction – industrial, mechanical and developmental – have left a legacy of ever changing vistas that illustrate a complex intertwined relationship.
Trained at the Curwen Print Study Centre and Gainsborough House Print Workshop, she seeks to develop her understanding of the relationship between ink, paper, press and artist. Jacqueline is interested in creating pieces of work that fluidly evolve. She encompasses a non-restrictive experimental approach, that respect and challenge traditional methods of printmaking.