Tag: 3d

Curating an exhibition

Its always brilliant to put up an exhibition, be it your own someone else’s or bringing together a joint  themed exhibition. The very next exhibition I will be putting up, is a “Christmas Bazaar”, for one week only 20th-26th Nov. I cant wait to dress a magical window, that will invite people to come inside and be tempted to buy unusual and unique gifts from a very gifted and select group of makers and artists.

Meanwhile, Autumns treasures are being collected and dipped ready to be fired for more work, including twigs (for a larger nest), acorns, berries, leaves et al. A great time of year, and my studio is brim full of dippings hanging from the roof to dry. Images later.

Exhibition 2017

I’m preparing for my latest solo exhibition, which will be at Sam Scorer Gallery, for two weeks, from July 3- 17th

I will be posting weekly updates with images and info, will also be posting images on instagram, so to find me there, look up       jacquelinemccaughern

Botanic fossilized specimens
Botanic fossilized specimens


Abstract Rocky Landscape
Abstract Rocky Landscape

This panel is a bit of a departure from my other work, I have tried to illustrate by texture the types of rock surface. I t is not finished yet but is well on the way. The title “Chasm” is self explanatory.

Below is a selection of close ups of texture detail. This is still a work in progress.


Today I have completed another layer on panels, and I am close to completing this phase, all that’s required now is for layers to completely dry out, and then I can commence with under-painting.

I have just taken out of the kiln some flowers and leaves that have been dipped in porcelain slip, it is always interesting to see what has survived and what hasn’t, and sometimes the unusual not quite’s are more interesting.dips                …………….. just out of the kiln, and survived burnout

Detail from Fossil Jar 1 3D assemblage,  porcelain paper clay slip
Detail from Fossil Jar 1 3D assemblage, porcelain paper clay slip