The Harlequin Series of Limited Edition Prints No, 16 Aurora
Artwork by: Jacqueline Ford
In celebration of the acquisition of Aurora Networks by the Six Degrees Group.
The painting by Jacqueline Ford focuses on the City of London where both Aurora and Six Degrees are based and as the deal completed as the Olympics were about to begin a strong reference had to be included. The Six Degrees boat is numbered 12 as this is their 12th transaction and is that Alastair, Ronnie & Jonny discussing where the next good value deal will come from? The other boat is numbered 16 reflecting the 16 transactions completed by Harlequin.
Jacqueline Ford is an artist who lives in Marlow in Buckinghamshire. She works from her kitchen table and dreams one day of converting her ‚Äò5 to 9 life‚Äô into a ‚Äò9 to 5 life‚Äô and having a dedicated studio space.
Jacqueline moved away from traditional watercolour work five years ago and began to explore mixed media techniques and collage – and hasn‚Äôt looked back. An active Member of Marlow Art and Crafts Society, Jacqueline‚Äôs first series of collages exhibited in 2007 sold on the preview evening.
Jacqueline‚Äôs main source of inspiration is the British coast, especially the stretch of the east coast from Aldeburgh to Southwold. She also loves her riverside town of Marlow and the neighbouring Thames-side towns.
Jacqueline is forever looking for interesting things that can be repurposed in her work and often has bits of fishing net, feathers or interesting ephemera that have been picked up on walks in her pocket. What you think you may see in her work may not be what it really is when you get close up!
To find out more about where to see Jacqueline‚Äôs work and to follow her adventures with ‚Äòscissors and glue‚Äô please visit www.lookwhatjacqmade.co.uk
Jacqueline can also be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org