Jacqueline Merry Bernard


Tuesday 31st October to Saturday 11th November 2017
Open 11am to 5pm Tuesday to Saturday
Private View and Refreshments on Wednesday 1st November, 6pm to 8pm

An arboretum is an organic experiment, a place where imported trees may or may not thrive according to the nurture they receive. So it is with creative ideas emerging at their own pace and place. This exhibition began with the experience of a walk in woodlands interpreted through oil paintings, pastels and felt works together with work created over the past ten years in which a previously unrecognised form of a 'ghost tree' appeared and I have nurtured this encounter.


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Jacqueline Merry Bernard has exhibited her paintings and felt works in Britain and France. She has been a member of South London Women Artists (SLWA)., London coordinator of the International Felt Association and works at Studio Voltaire London and her own studio in France. Her paintings and felt work have been influenced by architecture and landscape with a passionate interest in colour.
Recent work takes a hard look at a long creative career and the possibilities of new contexts through collage. 


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