Jacqueline’s powerful and poignant War Poppy Collection is her tribute to our heroes in the Armed Forces and a remembrance to all those fallen and seriously injured in past campaigns.
Jacqueline is widely regarded as the country’s foremost Remembrance Artist having had the honour of exhibiting her artwork at The Royal Albert Hall for the Festival of Remembrance each year from 2015 – 2017, and from March-July 2017 at the National Memorial Arboretum.
Commissioned by Poppy Scotland as their World War One Armistice Centenary image, ‘Scotland Remembers’ reflects the distinctive Poppy Scotland remembrance poppy and commemorates the 100 years since the end of WWI.
Jacqueline’s latest piece, ‘The Last Post’ is a commemoration of the 100 year anniversary of Remembrance Day, first observed a year after the signing of the Armistice Agreement which ended World War One, and her tribute to all those who served to protect our freedom.
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THE WAR POPPY COLLECTION
The collection evokes emotion, reflection and remembrance, using texture to create mood and depth, and silhouettes to allow people to relate to the works on a more personal, subjective level.
Jacqueline’s paintings remind us of our on-going military role to fight for those who are unable to defend themselves against evil; wherever it exists, and whenever it is possible to do so.
Frames shown for illustrative purposes only
LEST WE FORGET