The Quotable Artist: Jacqui Beck

“With acrylic I can really play around and experiment. I want to freedom to try anything, so I appreciate that I can keep moving ahead to something new.”
Jacqui Beck, from “A Metaphor for Life” in the September 2007 issue of The Artist’s Magazine.

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  1. Mason

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