JAG Gallery artists at Cornell’s Cafe, St James’s Street, Brighton

I recently hung a few of my prints and a couple of originals alongside some of the other JAG artists’ work at Cornell’s Cafe located at the top of St. James’s Street, Kemp Town.

It’s a cool space and I think the results look good. Girl Friday and I didn’t have time to try the coffee or food however we took a few photos and chatted to the nice, friendly staff who took a real interest in what we were up to. It’s not surprising really, we couldn’t find anyone ‘in charge’ so we must have looked like a couple of mad women, desperately struggling with the extremely crumbly wall which made banging a nail in near to impossible, moving tables, standing on seats all whilst trying not to disturb the clientele too much. Eventually, sometime later, having raised a few eyebrows and comments from staff and customers alike, we succeeded. Phew!

I must pop back in sometime soon to sample their wares and to check of course, that nothing has fallen off the wall.

Acid Pavilion and Brighton Sunset prints by Jacqueline Hammond. Boats painting by Sue Taylor

Acid Pavilion prints (above doors) by Jacqueline Hammond, Brighton Houses by Sonia Canals

Square Acid Pavilion prints (above doors) by Jacqueline Hammond, Brighton Houses by Sonia Canals

A Little Piece of the Beach Series – Where’s Venice, 1st Pebble Heads & Little Girl, Brighton Houses by Sonia Canals

A Little Piece of the Beach Series – Where’s Venice, 1st Pebble Heads & Little Girl, Brighton Houses by Sonia Canals

Acid Pavilion and Brighton Sunset prints by Jacqueline Hammond. Boats painting by Sue Taylor

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About artbyjaxx

Contemporary British artist, Jacqueline Hammond, is renowned for producing strong, punchy images that are rich in texture and colour. A prolific painter and multidisciplinary artist, she exhibits widely and is commissioned by individual clients, collectors and high profile brands. Jacqueline’s inspiration comes from direct observation: subject matter is plucked from the world encountered every day. Some ideas evolve, others are reactionary. Thought-provoking themes explore today’s society, the media and cultural theory. Whether inspired by the street or the sea, Jacqueline’s work has an edge: her paintings are consistently striking. Her natural disposition is to let the paint dictate the creative process, trusting the medium and her mind’s eye to translate the vision.
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