Introducing Jackie Ward

click site Jackie Wards’ background is textile collage; layering, burning and distressing fabrics to create, wonderfully tactile, knarly, silver birch trees.

the original source Following a chance moment at a car boot sale, when she stumbled across several rolls of vintage bus tickets, her focus changed, and now, rather than just incorporate found materials into what she does, her passion is to give found materials a voice and allow them to tell their own story.

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buy generic lisinopril Remnants from builders’ skips, in the form of slate and copper flashing, are carefully cut and manipulated to incorporate the verdigris patina and become knarly oak trees, shining in the moonlight, against a starry backdrop of slate or lonely cottages in the middle of nowhere.

Tadalafil Oral Strips Buy 20 MG Her style is quite a sketchy, loose, one, and has often been compared to the work of Peggy Fortnum, the illustrator for Paddington bear, yet at the same time, her work is wonderfully unique. She’s often asked what she’ll do when she runs out of bus tickets and tax discs, but she’s not overly concerned. ‘That’s the joy of found materials, they don’t last for ever, and you can’t control their supply. As much as my art is about working with found materials and letting them inspire me and letting them speak, my art is more about letting the materials find me.’ click here for more Connect with Jackie Ward