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Jacqueline Savaiano

Carlsbad, California | website | email

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I envision my oil paintings and other mediums as I have embraced my writings as a world class journalist with Time, Inc. magazines. Each piece is an adventure of striking, dramatic impression, from sculptures and still lifes to the human figure and landscapes of my global sojourns to Italy and the Southwest.

I fashion understandable images that combine realistic, representational, and abstracted approaches of the ancients, animals, and nature. I employ vivid rich colors and vibrating color contrasts, chiaroscuro style, mirrored effects, humorous human and animal narratives, comical concepts, palette knife marks, energetic brush strokes, textured effects, and compelling compositions.

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15,500 BC Redux, The Great Black Cow, Lascaux, France
15,500 BC Redux, The Great Black Cow, Lascaux, France

mixed media stucco, gesso, and oil on canvas 
18 x 24

Ancient Roots, Tent Rocks National Monument, Cochiti, New Mexico
Ancient Roots, Tent Rocks National Monument, Cochiti, New Mexico

mixed media, oil, pebbles, and sand on canvas 
24 x 18

Beautiful Man
Beautiful Man

oil on canvas 
27 x 22

Cat in Pot
Cat in Pot

oil on canvas 
36 x 24

Prehistoric California Goddess
Prehistoric California Goddess

acrylic on canvas Diptych 
24 x 24 each panel 24 x 12

15,500 BC Redux: Sharing the Land, Lascaux Cave, France
15,500 BC Redux: Sharing the Land, Lascaux Cave, France

mixed media, stucco, gesso, oil on board 
triptych 24 x 95, 24 x 30 each panel

17,000 BC Redux: The Black Stag, Lascaux Cave, France
17,000 BC Redux: The Black Stag, Lascaux Cave, France

mixed media, stucco, gesso, oil on board 
20 x 24

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