At the moment I am working on a series of flower still lifes. Inspiration sources are still lifes from different style periods in art and culture such as the 'Rococo' and the 'Louis XIV' style. The material consists of found artificial flowers, fruit, birds and insects from the thrift store. The recreation of flower still lifes is an ongoing project, to which I will add new works. The existing works made so far in 2018, are printed on 4 mm dibond with a matt lacquer finish. The works are for sale.
Exhibits with work from the PRESERVED project:
"Galerie Sehnsucht celebrates summer with a special exhibition of the flower still lifes of artist Jacqueline Louter. Jacqueline works on the series Preserved, a series inspired by the great epochs and styles in art and culture. Jacqueline had a youth filled with art and antiques – her grandfather was an antiques dealer, she loves flowers and nature and this all culminates in this series of flower still lifes. But when you look twice, you will notice these bouquets are not your average bunch of flowers. Every bouquet is put together from artificial flowers, grapes, insects and even tiny birds! All materials Jacqueline found in seconds hand shops and thrift stores. She carefully arranged all bouquets herself, keeping the colors and style characteristics in mind and photographed them in every detail. In this way Jacqueline Louter gives this beautiful tossed away material a long lasting value. Ten of these great works will be on show." Juni 2018