Work on display at the Dancing Man Brewery in Southampton

It so  great to see how many Southampton cafes and pubs are supporting local artist in the area by displaying their work, as more local businesses including small local art gallerys are emerging and creatives are working together to put on events that are accessible to everyone. The fact that Southampton has a thriving arts community  in its midst  is starting to become more known.

The Art Cafe and the Metrics Cafe have both been happy to show my work previously and now I am happy to say that the Dancing Man Brewery which is know locally as the Wool House and the Old Titanic Museum is now showing some of my work .

Such a lovely building sympathetically converted the owner Mandy told me that the majority of the conversion has been designed so as to lift out almost like a stage set so as to course no damage to the structure to  the building. Ive always been  a fan of interesting spaces as well as historical spaces so I am thrilled to display my work there

About Jacqueline

Jacqueline is a self taught artist residing near Southampton, Hampshire England . She works with a variety of different mediums which include acrylic, watercolor, ink and mixed media combined with digital photograph and artwork to create digital creations. The inspiration for her work stems from a fascination with pattern and texture and the world of nature combined with the desire tell a story to leave the viewer wondering if there is something more to tell. She loves travelling and meeting new people and works from a shared artist studio along with other creative types living locally.
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