HILARY JACKMAN . ARTWORKS



Hilary Jackman’s work brings together her experience of still life and landscape painting regarding subject, composition and execution.

Objectively Jackman plays with the nature of materials, forms and light to refer to her understanding of our relationship with each other and the natural world.

Subjectively Jackman is dealing with the time it takes to observe and paint a work, the time a viewer would take to look at it in an exhibition and the time an owner would have to observe it. The latter, being by far the longest, is the key to the former.

Hilary Jackman’s intention is to catch the experience of seeing.


Five bowls and a dish, 2019
oil on linen
41 x 41 cm

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Three Lemons, 2017
oil on linen
77 x 114 cm

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Leaves with a Chinese Pot, 2019
oil on linen
46 x 46 cm

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Leaves in a Jar, 2019
oil on linen
62 x 62 cm

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Milk Jug, 2017
oil on linen
76 x 76 cm

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The light behind, 2019 
oil on linen 
58 x 86 cm 

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