Jacqui Hawk exhibit in Image Gallery

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Works by Dunstable artist Jacqui Hawk will be on display in the Image Gallery at the Nashua Public Library in April.

Hawk works mainly in acrylic and mixed media, including  wax, pearlescent powders, gesso of different consistencies, stained glass pieces, decoupage, gold/silver leaf, and unusual objects she finds washed up on the beach.

Her recent compositions are organic and primitive in nature, revealing joy, hope, peace, renewal, enlightenment, and self-awareness.

Calming, experiential art

“I create calming, loving, experiential art,” says Hawk, “which possesses an ethereal energy.” Her hope, she says, is that “it comforts and heals viewers by allowing them to move forward into an intimate, healing space of their own self-expression and outside of their own reality.”

Hawk’s work has been featured in solo, invitational, juried state and national exhibitions and is held in private and corporate collections in the U.S., Europe, and Asia.  A native of Edinburgh, Scotland, she began her career in the arts over 25 years ago.

The exhibit may be viewed during normal library hours.

The library is located at 2 Court Street, Nashua. For directions and parking information go to www.nashualibrary.org/visit/directions. For other information contact Carol at carol.eyman@nashualibrary.org or (603) 589-4610.