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The Center for Emerging Visual Artists

Jacqueline Tull, Impressions of a Candle Holder 1

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 Impressions of a Candle Holder 1, 2017. Cast plaster, sand, 22 x 18 x 1.5 inches.

This wall sculpture was created by pressing a decorative candle holder into sand and casting the impressions in plaster, then lifting the cast. The form that is left resembles something found in an archaeological dig; a remnant of what once was captured in an object that reveals all sides of the original object at once, while at the same time, obscuring its form.

Jacqueline Yvonne Tull grew up in Greenbelt, Maryland, and attended Maryland Institute College of Art Bachelor of Fine Arts program in Baltimore. She later completed her degree at the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, where she had the opportunity to spend summers studying plein air painting and drawing at the Mount Gretna School of Art in Mount Gretna, Pennsylvania, and the Rome Art Program in Rome, Italy. She completed her Master of Fine Art at the University of Delaware, where she specialized in sculpture and material culture studies. She has taught sculpture and other fine art courses as an adjunct instructor at multiple universities, and is currently the Makerspace Manager at Swarthmore College. Jacqueline is currently practicing art in her home-studio in Philadelphia, is a member of Automat Collective, and has exhibited works in the Philadelphia region, New York, and Berlin, Germany.