Click on any image to start Slideshow; the full view photos of both windows at the end show as black on slideshow. Click there to see full images. In 1966, I was a Roman Catholic nun, teaching junior high classes at St. Luke School in Erie, Pennsylvania. While I
I feel that successful paintings have a sense of unity about them, composed of balance, focus, strength, and an overall feeling of togetherness. If any stroke was removed, the composition would suffer. Turn off That is, it would no longer be integrated, unified. My life has been a search for
The wordless creation of form begins naturally as a result of our own dedication to the space within.
Thinking about the universe before anything “was”, I created this primordial scene of amorphous shapes, out of which was created ALL! Jacqueline Shuler
A puzzle painting created on my Cintiq interactive tablet and lots of imagination and energy.
Having painted with acrylic polymers for the last forty years, I am now expressing my ideas with digital art, which suits the speed of my creative vision.
This beautiful collage of torn paper symbolizes the richness of the earth. I created it as anThe earth does not belong to us “earthy” background for Chief Seattle’s environmental quote. “Whatever befalls the earth befalls the children of the earth.” In 1855, our Native Americans truly understood the importance of
Creativity enhances your life, even if you’re not an artist. Check out this article on the impact of creativity on your mental and emotional health. http://www.cnn.com/2012/05/25/health/enayati-innovation-passion-stress/Understanding Preschool Art
About Jacqueline HI, I’m Jacqueline M. Shuler, artist, calligrapher, graphic designer, author, muralist, and educator. I’ve been in business since 1971, after obtaining three Art degrees, including a doctorate from Carnegie-Mellon University. Since I was a small child, my greatest joy has been to create beautiful images and elegant calligraphy. I am
The first marks a child makes are really a recording of motion in the womb. The lines run back and forth, either horizontal or vertical, reminiscent of the rocking in the womb. Children under two years old are not making drawings of anything in their environment. They should be encouraged
This is the quote given at the end of the movie “Act of Valor”. In 1980, I entitled it “Native American Way of Life”. I designed the unique hand lettering to reflect the Native American culture: strong, but simple. The letter “o” is based on an arrowhead. The quote was