Jacqueline Real was born in Zurich and studied in Switzerland and Austria.
“To me, painting means feeling intensely, living, expressing the inexpressible with paint. It means listening to your innermost self, being quiet, being impulsive, marvelling, hoping – seeing the light and being overwhelmed.”
Jacqueline Real’s pictures unearth landscapes and nature buried deep in the unconscious. Above all, it is the colours which, in their harmonious composition and their precise contrasts result in a subliminal experience.
She has had many Solo and Group Exhibitions in Switzerland, England, Germany and USA. Jacqueline is a member of Visarte, Switzerland and Fellow of Free Painters and Sculptors, London.
Jaqueline Real has work in many private and public collections including Risk Publications, UBS, CS, Tokio Bank, British Government, Crown Court Truro, Marc Rich, Johnson & Johnson, Strutt & Parker, Morgan, Lewis and Bockius, SmithKline Beecham, Holiday Inn Express etc….etcCurrent Artworks
Widely Exhibited both Nationally and Internationally.
- Risk Publications
- Tokio Bank
- British Government
- Crown Court Truro
- Marc Rich
- Johnson & Johnson
- Strutt & Parker
- Lewis and Bockius
- SmithKline Beecham
- Holiday Inn Express
- Painting on Canvas & Paper
- Paper/Paper Pulp
- Prints – Artist
To me, painting means feeling intensely, living, expressing the inexpressible with paint. It means listening to your innermost self, being quiet, being impulsive, marvelling, hoping - seeing the light and being overwhelmed.