Piece description from the artist
First I draw out a unique pattern with pencil then started painting piece by piece until I am happy with the final design. I wanted to keep a monochromatic blue grey color scheme.
It has a flowing wavy feel to it like the ocean, unstable yet more stable than what you can see.
Jacqueline Tasker is a South African artist, currently living in sunny South Africa. She studied at the Vaal University of Technology in South Africa for 4 years in art and design, where she have been influenced by all kinds of artists, and made the love for art for her even stronger. She had an exhibition about 3 years ago September in Meyerton art gallery exhibiting her miniature art paintings.
She have been inspired and loves the works of Frida Kahlo, Picasso and so many more artists! It’s hard for her to pick a favorite artist as she gets inspiration from all artists & people around her every day by what she sees and experience.
Her work concerns an internal expression of the soul, self awareness and positivity.
She captures reality but also makes unique and vibrant art pieces, wanting to make a positive influence in whoever gets to see it.
She also is loving these days exploring & creating more abstract art as she not trying to limit her art in any particular medium or a certain genre.
She believes in expanding ones view and how one would interpret and perceive things. She likes to use digital mediums as well as traditional forms of painting, printing, photography as well as using modern digital computer editing software, and combining them all together.