My main focus is emphasizing the materials of photographs that contribute to an experience of the thing as a whole. By employing photographic processes developed in the 19th century, I am able to create a handmade object using subjects and materials that people see and interact with in their everyday lives, such as paper, wax, metal, fabric and glass. The resulting final object becomes more than the sum of its parts, connecting the thread of experience not just to visual information, but to an acceptance of the photograph as a physical object in three dimensions.
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Jacqueline Webster has been creating photographic works for more than 25 years. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Savannah College of Art and Design, and has studied photography at the George Eastman Museum as well as Scully & Osterman Studio.
A faculty member at Art Students League of Denver, she also teaches custom workshops and tutorials to students of all ages and abilities. Named one of Colorado’s Top 100 Creatives in 2017, Jacqueline has work in private and public collections, including the permanent collection of Oklahoma City Community College. She currently shows her work in galleries across the United States.
Calla Lilies, American ivorytype