Jacqueline Claire Smith's paintings feature transient moments in natural phenomena. They embrace a delicate touch through a focus on small, yet transcendental moments.

Jacqueline’s commitment to painting stems from her interest in its capacity to allow us to see different moments in time colliding. Her practice, which utilises a process of collage, fuses disparate moments together to enable multiple temporalities to co-exist.

Jacqueline’s practice engages her interest in change as the cornerstone of metaphysical reality. Her process of gathering, layering and reassembling found and personal imagery and painting them into new seamless constellations engages with the past as a verb and memory as malleable acts of becoming.