Jacqueline Norman

Jacqueline has been painting for many years, having retrained in graphic design at Berkshire College of Art and Design after a commercial career and after a period of travel. She had painted in oils and watercolour before she developed as an artist and she paints also in pastel, encaustic and mixed media and she has also used scraperboard, marbling and pen/ink drawings. She has worked in a school where she was supporting children with their work plus helping them draw and paint. She was also greatly used in the school face painting, displays and backdrops for plays.

She has exhibited at Art in the Street in Maidenhead, in Cookham hall, in the Curve in Slough and she has also taken part and exhibited at Windsor in their open air painting at Windsor Castle and also Pintar Rapido in London. She is a member of Slough Art Society and has been married for 18 years, having two grown-up daughters. Recently she has taken part in an art mentoring course after taking early retirement in December 2018. This has lead to her travelling to the USA to a conference there in Asheville, North Carolina.