Size: 10"W x 16"H x 0.1"D
Year Created: 2018
This is a great mixed media piece. Many years ago one of my painting professors instructed us to rip up all our old artwork and create a memory from it. Ever since then I have ripped apart, painted, layered and collaged my artwork into new pieces. This is a part of a paper series I am working on! Comes in a 12x16 mat.
Jaclyn probably created one of her favorite pieces in elementary school, of a bird of paradise that won honorable mention at a town day or something, Ever since then she has held a great satisfaction with dripping paint and vividly depicting her relationship of the world through her artwork. Jaclyn graduated from Massachusetts College of Art with a BFA in Painting in 2010 and got her Masters in Teaching at Tufts University in 2013, she loves to work on paper and on canvas and believes that teaching art is a great way to continue to challenge yourself in the studio. Jaclyn's process includes being hyperaware and enchanted at the world around her (much to her friend's annoyance), thinking and imagining deeply at her relationships with beautiful organic forms and her own personal memories (sometimes so much so that she forgets everything else) and constantly painting over what she has painted with paper, paint or spackle when it doesn't look like a bird of paradise.