Born and raised in Canton Pennsylvania, a Beautiful country town. Woods and fields my playground; my purple bicycle, autumn leaves , and roasted chicken Sunday dinner at grandma’s, often creating something, sketching and painting.
Visual Art program at Keystone College: Ceramic Sculpture, printmaking, charcoal figure drawings, soft pastels, bright acrylics, metals and mold making," I Loved it all so much!"
Jacqueline is a graduate with her Bachelors’ Degree in Visual Art with a Concentration in Ceramic Sculpture.
I enjoy new singer songwriters, fancy fish dinners, and organic veggies, real gumbo, the Pennsylvania outdoors and the New York Museums.
I am currently working on my “Shine On” series of large White and Gold paintings.
is a Theatre Devisor/Producer/Performer who has premiered shows locally, nationally and internationally. She is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, has a graduate certificate in devised theatre from The Pig Iron School for Advanced Performing Training and is currently pursuing her MFA in devised theatre from The University of the Arts. She is the founder of both All About Theatre Performing Arts School and “Camp Create”, a comprehensive arts camp for children with intellectual, emotional and physical disabilities. She was awarded the “Woman of the Year” award from Parents Loving Children Through Autism and was featured as a “Northeast Woman” in the Times Tribune in February of 2012. She is currently directing a devised theatre piece in Philadelphia called “Exposure” that explores the world of physical disability and hope to bring awareness to the challenges, bodily harm and dangers that millions of people with physical disabilities face on a day to day basis. She feel privileged to be an instructor at ArtWorks and is grateful to all of her students and all that they teach her.