JacqulineHurlbert

Jacquline Hurlbert

Portland, Oregon · 444 Sales

JacqulineHurlbert

Jacquline Hurlbert

Portland, Oregon 444 Sales On Etsy since 2012

5 out of 5 stars
(132)

Announcement   Welcome to Jacquline Hurlbert’s strange wonders! My shop offers contemporary ceramic sculpture, original acrylic paintings & archival quality prints.

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Last updated on Apr 14, 2016

Welcome to Jacquline Hurlbert’s strange wonders! My shop offers contemporary ceramic sculpture, original acrylic paintings & archival quality prints.

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SUZ Kling

SUZ Kling on Nov 14, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

artist is a well known uber professional of noteworthy insight.........The Messenger here is absorbing all there is to know about life, death and what's happening at the moment.....she is listening and about to emanate the truth......perhaps we should be very quiet and listen closely........

Teresa

Teresa on Nov 2, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

What a wonderful sculpture. Lots of detail and such a pensive face. I've turned into a bit of a collector of her artwork, both paintings and sculptures. There's always so much THERE. She wraps them extremely well for travel. Never a problem. Jacquline's work brings many a smile. An amazing artist.

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My journey with clay and paint, a long lived love affair!

OBSESSION

It starts with a thought or an idea...simple enough.
Then that thought creates an emotion.
That emotion intensifies and wants a way out of my head.
This is the point at which I start to experience my obsession.

The transition from thought to finished artwork is driven by a compulsion to express myself.
I can't seem to let go of that original thought until I see it transformed into something tangible...concrete.

This is a frustrating and exciting part of my creative process. I need to figure out how to communicate my thoughts and emotions without words.

At this point my hands need to do the talking and my brain has to give up to that process...not always an easy thing to do!

When my hands stop, I'm done.
I come out of my trance to discover the finished piece.

It really is a bit like magic!

Jacquline Hurlbert

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