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Visual Beefy Soup (Jacqueline Poncelet)

Visual Beefy Soup (Jacqueline Poncelet)

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The PATTERN PORTRAIT print to accompany my interview with Jacqueline Poncelet.

Featuring patterns special to artist Jacqueline Poncelet.

Hear about the stories behind the patterns in this bonus episode of PATTERN PORTRAITS PODCAST, hosted by Lauren Godfrey. 

LISTEN HERE or wherever you get your podcasts!

About the print

Visual Beefy Soup (Jacqueline Poncelet)
by Lauren Godfrey
Gicleé Print on Hahnemuhle Bamboo paper
297mm x 297mm
Edition of 50

About Pattern Portraits

Artist Lauren Godfrey makes abstract portraits of inspiring pattern addicts from the creative industries and hears their story through the patterns they surround themselves with.

Follow @patternportraitspodcast and @laurengodfreystudio to stay in the loop!
About the bonus episode with Jacqueline Poncelet

Lauren Godfrey chats with artist Jacqueline Poncelet on the occasion of her exhibition ‘In The Making’ at MIMA, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art.

We chat about intelligent risk taking, the importance of travel for Jacqui and the visual beefy soup of the world around us!

Jacqueline is an artist whose career spans 50 years and now explores ceramics, painting, sculpture and textiles as well as large scale public commissions. Her work varies from tiny and hand held to vast in scale.

Pattern is at the crux of all she makes, whether it’s subtly impressed into bone china forms, spliced together in carpet swatches covering the floor, or woven into tactile blankets depicting the seasonal colour shifts of the hills of South Wales.

This episode of Pattern Portraits is in collaboration with MIMA, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art which is part of the School of Arts & Creative Industries at Teesside University. Jacqueline Poncelet’s solo exhibition ‘In The Making’ is on view there until 23rd June 2024.

This exhibition is her largest to date and is supported by Freelands Foundation and The Henry Moore Foundation. MIMA and Jacqui won the prestigious Freelands Award in 2021.

Jacqui has chosen patterns across many forms, a painting - Edouard Vuillard, Interior, Mother and Sister of the Artist, 1893, a ceramic platter by Janice Tchalenko, a Japanese Kimono acquired whilst in Tokyo and a Welsh coat.

You can see all these patterns and more on instagram @patternportraitspodcast

Photograph of Jacqueline Poncelet by Nishant Shukla.

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Pattern Portraits Podcast

Pattern Portraits is a podcast, exhibition and print series by artist Lauren Godfrey. Interviewing creative visionaries about their life through patterns special to them, Lauren also creates an abstract portrait of each interviewee. See more information here.