Jacqueline M. Byrne is a Site Specific/Site Responsive Fine Artist currently studying for her MA in Fine Art at Open College of the Arts.  Originally from Ireland, Jacqueline is a published artist in both the 2015 and 2016 International Contemporary Artists Books.  Her work is collected in the UK, Europe and the USA             . 

A note from the artist:  “My work is inspired by the converging landscape of sea, sky, beach and farmland, from where I practice my art, on the south coast of England.  Much of my most recent work is focussed on the traces of nature and its ephemeral and transient qualities contained in a new body of work entitled ‘Footprints and Shadows’.  ‘Painted Oak Leaves’ shown here, is a part of this current work.  Working with different media, surface and form, predominantly materials found in the landscape.  I enjoy the experimental and contextual process of creating my art sometimes using text and poetry as an instinctive layer.  I find the inspirational journey and process of making within the landscape central to the outcome.  The “journey” in whatever measure of complexity for me, is fundamental to the outcome.” 

To view more of Jacqueline’s work including Sculpture, Ink Drawings and Paintings and for exhibiting information please visit:

www.saatchiart.com/byrneart

To discuss commissioning or exhibiting Jacqueline’s work then please e.mail: jacquibyrne@btinternet.com 

 

 

                           

 

                

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I began my creative journey age 3 when I became fascinated with the colour and feel of fabric.  By 18 I had a small fashion design business with my friend (Jackie) in Ireland.  Later, moving to London, I studied Millinery design alongside Jewellery Design and Fashion Illustration at Chelsea.

This year I was delighted to be accepted into The 2015 International Contemporary Artists Book Vol.X.  My work hangs in private collections in the UK, Ireland, USA and most recently, Warsaw. I love to grow and learn as an artist and am currently studying Fine Art. 

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