Jacqueline Bell Johnson is a California-based artist whose work explores the intersection of organic and architectural structures, by utilizing repetition of form and craft processes, with an undercurrent of feminism and the feminine experience.
Jacqueline holds a BFA from California College of the Arts, and a MFA from Claremont Graduate University. Exhibitions of note include Deflated/Defeated at Human Resources, Man Made at the Brand Library, and Starburst at Cerritos College.
Bell Johnson currently serves as adjunct faculty at both Crafton Hills College and Norco College, and writes for the publication Art and Cake.
All images courtesy of the artist
Dyed Muslin, Wood, Rope
18 ft H x 25 ft W x 30 ft D
Part of the Window Dressing Exhibition Series at Cerritos College Art Gallery, curated by James MacDevitt
Cheesecloth, dye, steel hardware
This is a detail shot at dusk that catches the reflections in the class, superimposing them over the installation
Broken Sails Become Cocoons, Daylight shot
Steel, nylon pallet strapping, colored lights
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