Jaqueline has been featured in the Financial Times' 'How to spend it' feature. Read it here.
Jaqueline & fellow glass artist, Joanne Newman, are launching a series of exciting glass workshops at their Ruskin Glass Centre studio in Stourbridge. Watch my Facebook Page for more information
Jaqueline is currently working on a project with a school in Wolverhampton - East Park Primary School.
Jaqueline is currently working with The Project Group in Oswestry, as Social Business Manager.
Using innovative techniques, Jaqueline creates beautiful and striking kiln-formed studio glass. Her pieces are exhibited throughout the world and Leaf Bowl 4 has recently been purchased by Broadfield House Glass Museum, as a part of their permanent collection.
Jaqueline is also an experienced public and community art practitioner. Many projects have been made possible by the 'per cent for art' scheme, applicable to many new build developments.
Kiln-formed glass techniques can also be effectively applied to the production of bespoke trophies & awards. They prove popular with many organisations, from local snooker clubs to larger, public, or corporate bodies.