Monthly Archives: August 2014

Can we let cadmium paint get banned? Artists take action now!

All artists, namely painters should read this and consider what the potential ban on cadmium pigments means and contact the ECHA. I will be hastily writing to them as other yellows do not cut the mustard like cadmium yellow. The ban will be considered next month so act now to save cadmium paints. I’m going to stock up now!

If you would like to comment on this proposed change, please visit http://www.echa.europa.eu/restrictions-under-consideration. Continue reading

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Artist Jacqueline Hammond Installs Art Print Deckchairs on Brighton’s Rainbow Crossing in support of the ‘Rainbow Crossing Forever’ campaign

Jacqueline Hammond (http://jacquelinehammond.co.uk ), a renowned artist from leading Brighton art studio, JAG Gallery (http://www.jagartgallery.co.uk/), is urging Brighton & Hove Council to keep the freshly-painted Rainbow Crossing that was painted on Madeira Drive on [DATE]. The first of its kind … Continue reading

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‘Queenie Nose She’s Picked a Diamond Year 2012’ Mug Heads Alternative Memorabilia Trend

Artist Jacqueline Hammond depicts the Queen enjoying a private and unusual moment  May 17, 2012, Press Dispensary. With the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee fast approaching, a public backlash is starting to occur against the hype and twee memorabilia flooding the UK. Renowned … Continue reading

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Sit Pretty This Summer with Art Print Deckchairs from Jacqueline Hammond

For those seeking a stylish seating experience this summer, Brighton-based artist, Jacqueline Hammond ( http://www.jacqueline-hammond.com ), has the answer to ‘sitting pretty’ without the need to visit a scenic location in person. Thanks to Jacqueline’s series of Art Print  Deckchairs … Continue reading

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Smart Deco Ultraviolet Jellyfish Deckchair Featured in The Independent online

Smart Deco Ultraviolet Jellyfish Deckchair No twee stripes here. The Sussex-based company produce a range of slings featuring the work of British contemporary artist Jacqueline Hammond. This striking jellyfish design stands alone as a work of art in your garden. … Continue reading

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The making of ‘A Troubled World’ – Signification of the Poppy series by Jacqueline Hammond

The Signification of the Poppy’ series began with a painting created for a web based competition in 2007 – ‘Seeking Picasso’ in which I was a finalist.

In week 3 the theme was ‘A Troubled World’ and the painting I produced was inspired by the situation in Afghanistan at the time and the metaphor of the poppy and its association with war.

Here are some images of the preliminary work behind the piece: Continue reading

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Super Moon – iPad sketches for ongoing Moon Series

New drawings / paintings to add to my ongoing Moon Series. Last nights moon on Sunday 10th June 2014 was special, it was a Super Moon                             … Continue reading

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The Signification of the Poppy series of paintings by Jacqueline Hammond first exhibited in 2008 in Brighton’s Jubilee Library

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Pebble Head Portrait Commissions rolling in

British artist Jacqueline Hammond’s novelty series The Pebble Heads progressed into numerous commissioned portraits where the subjects heads are ‘pebblised’ onto the canvas. Clients commission Pebble Head Portraits of their loved ones, family, or a group and often given as … Continue reading

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Introducing… the new arches traders

Introducing… the new arches traders.

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