Some of the Parts – Jacqueline Sanderson
This artwork draws attention to two themes; the first being the similarity between memory and recycling. This is shown through the use, loss and retrieval of natural and recycled materials within the paper bowls. In this way, found and recycled objects remind us of the importance of purpose, use and re use.
The second theme of the work is the development of identity in families, groups and communities. The transformative process of the pebbles illustrates the significance of diversity, cooperation and change. Importantly, too, the artwork draws attention to individuality and collectivity, where interactions are rarely the sum of the parts.
Some of the Parts – whole collection
70 paper bowls (in 7 sizes), 30 pebble pals, 30 pebble pockets, small half painted pebbles, small unpainted pebbles, dried flowers
recycled paper, coral, polyclear, dried flowers, glitter, confetti, pva glue, pebbles, acrylic paint, felt, cotton and buttons
Some of the Parts- Paper Bowl sets
10 paper bowls (in 7 sizes)
recycled paper, coral, polyclear, dried flowers, glitter, confetti, pva glue
$80 each set
Some of the Parts- Pebble Pals
pebbles, acrylic paint, polyclear, felt, cotton, buttons
$20 each set
1 Pebble Pal with pocket
Some of the Parts will be on display at the Judith Wright Centre from 31 August until 23 November 2018 Flying Arts Featured Artists – Spring Exhibition
Jacqueline Sanderson is a visual artist who has lived on the Sunshine Coast since 2007. Jacqueline is inspired by nature, people, and the lived experience and she describes herself as an eclectic artist and maker whose artwork is meaningful and good-natured.
Jacqueline paints, and creates by reusing and transforming discarded and found objects from nature. She completed her BA in Visual Arts (QUT) in 1995 and is currently completing an undergraduate degree in Psychology at USC.
As an emerging artist Jacqueline has exhibited in group exhibitions at Noosa Art Gallery, Reverse Garbage Qld, Cool Art Gallery, and was a finalist in the QRAA 2017 Colours of Queensland exhibition.
She was excited to be accepted for the Spring Small Plinth Show as it gave her the opportunity to showcase her delicate paper bowls and pebble artworks, ‘Some of the parts’, which she has been developing since 2014.