British artist Jacqueline Hammond has produced a large body of work numerous paintings are now held in private collections internationally.
Interest from the media has seen her work appearing in several publications in the national press, radio and television. Opportunities for collaboration with public institutions, organisations and charities such as the RNLI, British Legion and Science Museum have followed.
Her work studio based work on public view for years on Brighton seafront carrying out commissioned pieces.
The Groyne series has sold out after featuring in curated collections on the Saatchi gallery site. It is these figurative pieces, as in the ‘Life’s a Beach’ series that have become iconic of her style.
Jacqueline Hammond – NOA shortlisted artist 2017
British and Irish contemporary art of 2017
Selected for second round of judging for final selection for the 21st National Open Art Exhibition
“Impactful, atmospheric images that never fail to resonate with the viewer’s emotions. Her immediate inspiration comes from direct observation. Jacqueline’s work has an unpredictable nature that gives it an edge.” Alison Krog – Arty Magazine