Suffusion, a new body of work, explores the concept of suffusion – of water, of edges, of lines – with light.

Suffusion sees Jacqueline deepen her study of water, light, and transparency resulting in a dilution of realism in her paintings. By paring back the aesthetic and deepening her focus on the refraction of light, each work becomes a meditation that observes light at play ­­– beams and lines morph into fluid formation, permeating the darkness, pushing into expansiveness. 

These works explore the conventions of positive and negative, of light and dark, but not without glimmers and prisms depicting the magic of light, fittingly expressed using a fluid paint technique.