About the artist:
Jacqueline M Byrne is a Subject and Site Responsive artist who’s themes of ‘Trace’ and ‘Memory’ are central to her practice. Originally from Ireland, Jacqueline completed her MA in Fine Art in June 2019. Alongside exhibited work the artist is published in both the 2015 and 2016 International Contemporary Artists Books.
Current Exhibition: 23 Nov. 2019 – 08 Jan. 2020 – Private View 30 Nov 12.30 – 2.30p.m. at Lighthouse, Kingland Road, Poole, Dorset BH15 1UG. Alongside fellow members of the ‘Salon’, a grouping within Dorset Visual Arts I have been given the opportunity to exhibit my installation ‘Lost – A journey through the fragile mind’. My final MA Fine Art piece that was exhibited earlier in the ‘Duodecimal’ exhibition.
‘Lost – A journey through the fragile mind’
Below: Following a three venue exhibition, over 4 months, ‘Outside the lines’ was wrapped yesterday 27th November 2019, until it finds a new venue / exhibition space / home.
Image from the exhibition of ‘Outside the Lines’
‘Outside the Lines’, Jacqueline’s latest work, is inspired by young eco warriors around the world who endeavour to highlight the effects of climate change.
A note from the artist: “Outside the Lines’ is dedicated to all young people who have stepped ‘outside their lines’ to highlight ecological imbalance and bring their environmental concerns to a wider audience. Visually and meaningfully this work is rendered in an Abstract Expressionist style using both new and recycled wax crayons on primed, cotton covered board. Three exhibition dates are scheduled for this work:
‘Outside the Lines’ exhibition dates:
9 Aug – 4 Sept 2019: upstairs at Tuga, 43 Maiden St, Weymouth, Dorset DT4 8AZ, UK.
4 Sept – 2 Oct 2019: The Engine Room, Poundbury, Dorset DT1 3RT, UK.
30 Oct – 27 Nov 2019: The Octagon, Pummery Square, Poundbury, Dorset DT1 3GW
Other exhibited artworks:
‘Plant Ash’: Part of the ‘Plant Ash’ collection is exhibited as part of the ‘Living with the Art‘. A rolling exhibition of works at Orchard View and Hazel Copse Cottages. Stays bookable through: http://www.coastalfarmholidaycottages.co.uk
2019 Earlier Exhibitions:
14 June – 29 June 2019
OCA (Open College of the Arts) MA group exhibition
Civic Centre, Barnsley. UK.
Jacqueline’s work for this exhibition titled ‘Lost‘ can be viewed as part of the ‘Duodecimal’ exhibition, alongside the 12 strong global cohort at:
Or instagram: duodecimalart
Duodecimal Review link: https://www.oca.ac.uk/weareoca/fine-art/reflecting-on-duodecimal/
12 Sept. – 10 Oct 2018
The Engine Room
Poundbury Gardens, Peverell Ave.
Dorchester, Dorset DT1 3RT, UK.
10 Oct 2018 – (end date flexible)
‘Plant Ash’ selection of works from this exhibition moved to ‘Living with the Art’ exhibition at Orchard View and Hazel Copse Cottages. Stays bookable through: http://www.coastalfarmholidaycottages.co.uk
06 April 2018
‘Footprint’ from ‘Plant Ash’ exhibited at
Earth Action Initiative Climate Art Show,
UC Berkeley, 2475 Bancroft Way,
Berkeley, California, CA 94720,
Exhibiting the collaborative ash work titled ‘Footprints’ with American artist
Jan 2017 – May 2017
Hauser and Wirth, Somerset, UK. – ‘The Land we Live in The Land we Left Behind’. Honesty shop – Bookmarks from the fragmented ‘Ash 1’ canvas were left to be gifted to visitors.
Sept 2016 – Sept 2017
‘Hix’ Academy Restaurant, Weymouth, Dorset, UK. – The 75 tiny Plant Ash Canvases on 3 1m x 1m panels were exhibited in the restaurant. The work was later moved and is currently exhibited as part of the ‘Living with the Art’ exhibition at Orchard View and Hazel Copse Cottages. Stays bookable through: http://www.coastalfarmholidaycottages.co.uk
Contact the Artist to Exhibit, Commission or Purchase
If you are an individual or you represent an organisation or institution and are interested in exhibiting, commissioning or purchasing any of Jacqueline’s collections or individual works then please contact her by e.mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org