Architectural / Monumental / Relief

Installation / Land / Site-specific



Metal (other)





Drawing from a range of metalwork techniques and processes, Jacky's approach to each project is unique. Research is a key part of Jacky’s practice, her work brings together narratives from a range of sources, contemporary and historic, including archive material, interviews and handwritten notes which become important aspects of her final pieces.

Jacky has a broad and open approach to fluidly developing ideas.The hands-on manipulation of materials, metal in particular, is something that she is passionate about. Scrutinising both form and surface, Jacky strives to bring the material to life, interrogating the qualities of different techniques and processes. Investigating how they can be combined to create artefacts, which stimulate viewers to consider and reflect. Using light and shadows in her work, allows the viewer to see beyond, a sometimes complex structure, to a simpler bolder message.

In 2000 Jacky was awarded a Royal Society of Sculptors Bursary.  An Arts Council Project Grant supported her Collect Open project at Collect 2020, at Somerset House with the Crafts Council.  In 2023 she was given The ‘Tinplate Workers alias Wireworkers Cockpit Bursary. She is currently the Bunhill Artist in Residence.