JacquelineSecorArt

Diversity of Nature

Salt Lake, Utah · 258 Sales

Jacqueline Secor

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Jacqueline Secor

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Jacqueline Secor is a mixed media artist inspired by primitive art. Secor was born in the historical Gold Rush town of Placerville, California and grew up in Pollock Pines at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Growing up in an area full of natural beauty and historical significance has given her an appreciation for nature and our past. Secor relocated to Utah in 2006, where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Utah Valley University; she now resides in Salt Lake City.

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My work is strongly influenced by prehistoric art. The essence of indigenous art is distant yet familiar, representing the wild, the past, and the present, stripping away all that is unnecessary and evoking the meaning of being human within the realm of nature. Cultures emerge, are destroyed, and then replaced by new ones. We as a species are straying further from our roots, and I fear that our primitive beginnings will be forgotten. This awareness inspires me to focus on Mother Earth and represent her through my mixed media and collage process. I have sought to stylistically apply the line quality and texture of prehistoric art to emphasize and acknowledge the past.

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Last updated on Feb 9, 2018
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