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Jacqui Stewart

WHISPERING IN SILENCE synthetic polymer, impasto on canvas

Jacqui Stewart

IN CLEAR VIEW synthetic polymer on canvas, 2017 Footsquare Finalist, Aspire Gallery, Paddigton Brisbane

Jacqui Stewart

DREAMING I'M MONA synthetic polymer on canvas

Jacqui Stewart

SWEET & JUICY synthetic polymer on canvas, genuine 24k gold & copper leaf, 61 x 61cm. 2016 Finalist, Lethbridge 10000 Small Scale Award, Brisbane.

Jacqui Stewart

MY DEER LOIUS VUITTON synthetic polymer on canvas, genuine 24k gold, 122 x 91cm

Jacqui Stewart

PERCHED ON COCO CHANEL synthetic polymer on canvas, genuine silver leaf, 122 x 91cm SOLD

Jacqui Stewart

PERCHED ON LOUIS VUITTON synthetic polymer of canvas, genuine 24k gold & silver leaf, 122 x 91cm

Jacqui Stewart

FEATHERSTONE PALMS synthetic polymer of canvas, copper leaf, 122 x 91cm

Jacqui Stewart

PRADA COLADA synthetic polymer on canvas, genuine 24k gold & copper leaf, 122 x 91cm SOLD

Jacqui Stewart

RIVERS FLOW acrylic on canvas

Jacqui Stewart Hope Beyond the Window; The Stolen Generations

HOPE BEYOND THE WINDOW 2011, acrylic on canvas, 122 x91cm SOLD The term “Stolen Generations” is used for Indigenous people forcefully taken away (stolen) from their families between the 1890s and 1970s, many to never see their parents, siblings or relatives again. The painting was inspired by photographs of the Moore River Native Settlement in WA and the movie Rabbit Proof Fence.

Jacqui Stewart Ghosts of the Kelly Gang & The Green Sash

GHOSTS OF THE KELLY GANG 2011, acrylic on canvas, 122 x 91cm Ned Kelly was 10 years old when he saved a boy from drowning in Hughs Creek, Victoria. He was presented with a Green Sash from the boys father in recognition for his bravery. Ned Kelly was wearing the sash under his armour during the siege at the Glenrowan Hotel in 1880. Ned Kelly was captured after being shot while the other three gang members died in the shootout. Ned Kelly was sentenced to death on 11th Nov 1880.

Jacqui Stewart Prison Boab Tree; Chainless

PRISON BOAB TREE 2011, acrylic on canvas, 122 x 91cm The Prison Boab Tree is situated just over 23km along the King River Road near Wyndham WA. The tree was used in the 1890's as an overnight lockup for Indigenous Australian Prisoners on their way to Wyndham. The tree is of cultural significance to the local Indigenous people.