Jacqueline Bishop | Artists’ Chronicles: 2020

The Arthur Roger Gallery checks in with artist Jacqueline Bishop to see how she is doing during the COVID isolation. 

Jacqueline Bishop’s work focuses on painting psychological and political elements regarding the natural world. Basing her imagery on frequent trips to remote regions in North, South, and Central America including the Amazon rain forest, Jacqueline Bishop creates beautiful paintings celebrating the beauty of nature but often also conveying a sense of impending doom. The fragile interconnection of nature is a central theme in her work. Jacqueline Bishop’s paintings represent the beauty and mystery of hidden places in the world and within us.