Jacqueline Rolls is a sculptor and mixed media artist based in Hampshire, England .
She works with a variety of media which over time has taken her in different directions,
In recent years her passion for experimenting and weaving with natural and found materials has been her main focus and her time is divided between working on her own projects and working as a willow sculptor.
In the autumn of 2019, Jacqueline was awarded a “talent development grant by the arts organisation a-space arts, to spend time as an artist in residence at Furzey Gardens located in the New Forest where she was able to spend time investigating and experimenting with discarded materials in the garden.
In August 2021 Jacqueline was delighted to learn that she had been awarded a “Developing your creative practice grant” from Arts Council England.
The support has allowed her to take time out from her everyday practice to experiment and explore new ways of working, she is currently spending time as an artist in residence at Tudor House Museum located in Southampton Hampshire. To discover more about both of these projects check out the interventions section