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Auctioned in aid of @Willow_Fdn for #starsoncanvas Original one-off art by Jacqueline Hammond Stars on Canvas eBay
Bid for my painting for Stars on Canvas 2016 now on Ebay
AUCTION ENDS at 18.58 GMT 27th November 2016 – BID ON PAINTING NOW Continue reading
Stars on Canvas is a charity art exhibition and auction of original pieces created by well known names from the worlds of art, illustration, sport, music and popular culture Continue reading
The Smart Deco team have been ‘out in the field’ creating décor with Smartylamps for the main stage tents in the Theatre and Circus Fields of Glastonbury Festival 2015 held in Somerset in South West England. Continue reading
The History Society at Cronton Sixth Form College chose my painting as it represented a future of peace and hope
How lovely. I feel very honoured. This is what making art is all about.
Just got a tweet from the History Society at Cronton Sixth Form College “who voted to fundraise for a memorial at the College, in honour of the 100 year anniversary of the beginning of World War One…
.. the students chose a print of a painting by artist Jacqueline Hammond for the memorial, titled ‘Opening Horizon’. The painting depicts a landscape of poppy fields below a large expanse of sky, which the Society felt represented a future of peace and hope. Continue reading
Stars on Canvas 2014 – Bid for original artworks in charity art auction in aid of the Willow Foundation
The 2014 Stars on Canvas collection, online Ebay auction ends Sunday 23rd November 2014 – get bidding! Stars on Canvas, is a bi-annual charity auction of original artworks created by well known names from the worlds of art, illustration, sport, music … Continue reading
The Internet Belongs to Everyone – Global Anonymous march to protect the greatest tool of free speech ever invented
The Internet is the greatest tool of free speech ever created that gave voice to billions of people along with power to bring down regimes, a member of the Anonymous movement told RT, adding that such power terrifies governments around … Continue reading
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
The Signification of the Poppy series of paintings by Jacqueline Hammond first exhibited in 2008 in Brighton’s Jubilee Library
Brighton’s central Jubilee Library in 2008.
Quote from the press release –
An exhibition of exquisite paintings depicting Poppies in traditional and contemporary settings by local artist Jacqueline Hammond will emblazon the windows of Brighton’s Jubilee Library from 13-26 October, 2008. The series of ten works combine the beauty of fields of flowers with the symbolic role of the Poppy in association with war throughout history. As well as being a topical subject – with Remembrance Day around the corner – the positioning of the art in a public space rather than the confines of a hidden gallery seeks to include and draw in a wider audience to raise collective awareness and provoke thought. Continue reading
Heather Peace unveils Europe’s first rainbow crossing in Brighton for LGBT Pride Month. Madeira Drive in Brighton was given a bold makeover last weekend as street artwork representing Europe’s first official ‘rainbow crossing’ was unveiled to celebrate the release of We … Continue reading