Jacqueline Bell Johnson is an artist living and working in the Los Angeles Area. She recently completed her MFA in Visual Art at Claremont Graduate University. In addition to her sculpture and installation work, she founded an artist organization LGT! placing artists with opportunities to exhibit and create.
Her work explores the intersection of organic and architectural structures, by utilizing repetition of form and craft processes, with an undercurrent of feminism and the feminine experience.
Her latest project will occur at Human Resources gallery in Chinatown (Los Angeles) mid March. She is creating an installation that fills the whole gallery and it will house musician Dorian Wood and his orchestra during five nights of performances.
She has launched a hatchfund campaign to help fundraise. We hope that you consider contributing and spreading the word about this project.
You can see her project video here: