Art in Bloom Art Show at El Dorado Regional Park Nature Center, parking is $10 dollars but you can carpool!
January 14, 2017 from 1pm to 3pm
Some of my art will be on display at the Nature Center at El Dorado Regional Park in Long Beach. Come take a look! It is family friendly, there are walking trails, lakes, wild life and other park activities. If you are an animal lover there is an animal village nearby with a cat colony where you can pet cats, puppies and rabbits.See More
All about the ARTs!
We are seeking submissions that depict the vast variety of arts to be found in our wonderful Bay Area. All media will be considered. We want your oils, acrylics, watercolors, pastels, mixed media, photographs, etchings,…
Jacqueline was born and raised in Newark, New Jersey on May 31st, 1987. Both her parents are Salvadorian, living eight years in the United States seeking a better life for their children and themselves. Although at the time, El Salvador was going through rough edges with the civil war, crime, and poverty. Jacqueline carries an artistic family background of guitarists, photographers, and painters. Her fascination with the surreal, fantasy side of art began with watching countless horror and sci-fi movies at the age of five. Although she was forbidden from watching such movies at a very young age, she rebelled her way to watching them with such curiousity. As a self taught artist, Jacqueline began drawing at the age of seven. By watching her daily cartoons, she created small comics of characters. Her passion for art expanded from there.
Jacqueline graduated at New Jersey City University for her Bachelor of Arts degree, with a concentration in Illustration. She does freelance illustration and design work. She also showcases her artwork for art shows and galleries.
Jacqueline is very passionate about her art. Her work specializes in fantasy, realism, surrealism, children's fantasy, gore, and gothic art.
Jacqueline is commissoned for any illustration, painting and design projects. Client contentment is her top priority