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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

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Anti-war Art by Jacqueline Hammond – War: Driving Miss Poppy Potty

I dream of giving birth to a child who will ask, ‘Mother, what was war?’ Continue reading

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Poppy cushions in Tyne and Wear’s Discovery Museum

The Discovery Museum in Newcastle will be exhibiting and selling my Poppy Cushions in their gift shop to coincide with World War One Centenary events. Continue reading

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