We are very grateful to Jacqueline for donating two pieces to the Art Auction.
“Speed Hill Climb” 2019
If you would like to express an interest in either of these pieces, please use the online contact form at the bottom of the page.
About Jacqueline Davies
Raised in Lancashire, Jacqueline Davies is a painter, a printer, and a maker of things. She works to commission as a designer and with a passion for pattern and all things Mid-Century her work is often described as happy. The work, though whimsical and inventive, is researched and translated for a contemporary culture and its unabating appetite for all things vintage. Her influences are female textile designers Ray Eames and Lucienne Day, along with Walt Disney. She studied Printed Textile Design at John Moores University in Liverpool, but now resides in sunny Essex.
Jacqueline has produced an exhibition for The National Theatre, created a surface pattern design for ATOMIC Vintage Festival in collaboration with Bernie Dexter, made “How To” guides for Channel 4, was commissioned by JD Weatherspoons to create nineteen paintings for a bar in East London, sold her work at M Modern Gallery in Palm Springs and is the resident artist for the Vintage Hot Rod Association.
Currently embarking on a long-term artist in residence at Orchard Barns Kindergarten and has worked as a freelance artist within Firstsite education programme for over 10 years along with other galleries, museums and organisations with her artist led sessions.
She has created illustration designs for leading American hot rod publication Hop Up Magazine and British lingerie design house What Katie Did and produced a silk scarf design for French Fashion brand A Piece Of Chic. Besides all this, she is creating a new collection of souvenir tourist giclee prints and is working on a series of fish inspired abstract paintings on paper and canvas.