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Getting to know Jacqueline has been an inspiration - her demeanor, personality, and approach to work is authentic and courageous. She is in pursuit of her purest self, and that's reflected in her pieces.
Jacqueline's collection is unabashed and unique. There's something unencumbered about it, where the pieces seem to have laid bare their most intimate forms. And it's precisely those natural striations and curves that produce so much feeling.
The unifying theme behind this particular collection is the deep characteristics of the pieces' striations. They flow so naturally that they seem to be breathing.
Each detail feeds off of the others, and as they ebb and flow, the collection resembles the energy of a crashing shore or an ancient ravine.
Jacqueline, On Handmade Work
"The slowness of practicing ceramics creates a special tension between individual expression and the realization of an idea. Working with the human hand defines a speed of production that emphasizes deliberate mark-making from conception through the processes that lead to completion.
An idea that emerges can be directly translated, analyzed, tested and explored through making things by hand. In urban environments where emphasis is placed on mass production and homogeneity, ceramics presents an alternate goal: by celebrating the unique."