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Whilst priming the board for my piece for the outside wall and thinking what to paint, I thought I’d just whack some paint directly on the wall. The ridges of glue left behind from the printed canvas on there before … Continue reading
The Brighton Artists Open Houses is coming to a close for 2012, this weekend coming is the final weekend. Sat 26th – Sunday 27th May So if you’re on an art hunt, in the area or if you are looking … Continue reading
Calling all those art critics, curators and bloggers in the blogsphere who write about art. Can you help? Would you like to write about me? I am trying to write a new artists statement / biography and finding it difficult. … Continue reading
They’re only sketches but I did them for HOUSE Open as part of Artists Open Houses in Brighton in May. The theme is ‘Hidden Stories’ so I started studying some old, fading photographs of my grandparents.
It was a lovely, intimate gathering at the gallery yesterday. Close friends and family of the client’s came to witness the presentation of the painting and to mark the day with a sense of occasion. The piece was commissioned by … Continue reading
Sea & Sky – Seascape Paintings Exhibition and Commission Presentation JAG Gallery, Arch 283a Madeira Drive, Brighton, BN2 1PT Saturday 10th March 2012 from 2-6pm See it happen: the creative process behind Jacqueline Hammond’s ‘Sea & Sky’ seascape paintings You … Continue reading
The boat has now been painted, just got to work on the reflection and possibly add a few more details and a softening glaze.
Managed to nip in the gallery and eradicate ‘The Slug Cloud’ as we have affectionately named it! These were my thoughts on the matter last night: Progress has waned this week. I still wasn’t proud of it, I certainly wouldn’t … Continue reading
My afternoon kip was interrupted by a phone call from someone who had seen my current seascape commission at the studio / gallery requesting to commission one for themselves. Indeed, “worth waking up for”, thanks for calling me on their behalf … Continue reading