Jacqueline Myers-Cho Biography
Jacqueline Myers-Cho, a contemporary artist, creates big and bold, yet soft figurative works that are walking the line between the conventional notions of painting and illustration. Myers-Cho has been influenced by a number of masters: Henri Matisse for his female figures and his late collage works, Georgia O’Keeffe for her boldness and subtle tones, Rembrandt for his glazed backgrounds and how the figures emerge from them, but she says, She has developed a unique style, and her work often contains exaggerated figures with large eyes. She also likes to paint her favorite foods like musubi, ramen and fried egg.
She has received several awards and has been showing her work since late 1980s. Her artistic pursuit has taken her to many different places, one of which is the island of Maui. While there, she enjoyed the gallery scene being represented both in Lahaina and Kihei. Her works have been collected by fine art collectors from many countries and regions. She now lives in Los Angeles with her husband.
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