About the artist
Jacque Lynn Keller is an award-winning artist whose artwork has been exhibited and collected internationally. She has been in numerous international and national exhibitions whose themes include the history of women (Florida), investigating war in a War Forum Exhibition (Chicago), colorful festival fun (Arizona), the nature of work in acrylic (Tacoma), and more. In the late ’90s her painting Nature Watch was exhibited in England and was included in the slide registry at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. She was included in The Best of the West at the Coos Bay Art Museum (Oregon). Jacque has created a plethora of site-specific and commissioned artwork for city offices, numerous design teams, private industries, and individuals. Her collaborative work with artist John Gleason is included in the Northlight Publications coffee table book AcrylicWorks2. Jacque is a signature and charter member of the International Acrylic Painters Society. Her work is represented by Quantum Art, Inc. (www.QuantumArtInc.com) in the renowned Scottsdale Arts District that she co-owns with artists John Gleason and Suzanne Larson. Jacque has always had an interest in painted clothing, scarves, and shoes, and actually started her creating careen as a dressmaker in the early ’70s. Her latest passion came to life when fashion executive David Hills purchased a large artwork by Jacque from Quan’tum Art—they formed a bond and within a few months started this spinoff, Jacque’s Clothesline.
Jacque’s Clothesline offers one of a kind wearable art, printed apparel, and artful accessories!