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Jacqueline Donachie is one of Scotland's most respected contemporary artists, graduating from The Glasgow School of Art's influential Environmental Art department, which encouraged artists to place their work in a variety of public contexts out-with the gallery space. One of a group of artists who helped establish Glasgow in the 1990s as one of the world's most dynamic contemporary art communities, she is still based in the city and has forged an international reputation for a socially-engaged art practice, with a special interest in healthcare and bio-medical research.

S P E E D W O R K - A new public work by Jacqueline Donachie commissioned by The House for an Art Lover for Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art 2010

Bellahouston Park, Glasgow

Opening Saturday 17th April, 4 - 6pm

www.speedworkglasgow.wordpress.com

A free bus service will run from King St via various GI events
on Saturday 17th April. See website for details.

Flyer for Speedwork - a new public work by Jacqueline Donachie

Weight 2008 - New sculptural work and drawings, Gothenberg art Museum, Gothenberg
Weight 2008 - New sculptural work and drawings, Gothenberg art Museum, Gothenberg

Weight 2008

Decomissioned Trailer 2009
Decomissioned Trailer 2009

Tomorrow Belongs To Me 2006 Tomorrow Belongs To Me 2006

The House of Fun 2002 - Wood and aluminium platform/ table, wall drawing with acrylic paint, latex balloons, air and helium
The House of Fun 2002 - Wood and aluminium platform/ table, wall drawing with acrylic paint, latex balloons, air and helium
Centre for Health Science, Inverness - Courtyard designed by Jacqueline Donachie with Keppie Architects and Chris Palmer Landscape Architects,including heated disc and herbal planting areas.
Centre for Health Science, Inverness - Courtyard designed by Jacqueline Donachie with Keppie Architects and Chris Palmer Landscape Architects,including heated disc and herbal planting areas.
Dear Wives 2002 - steel structures, acrylic paintDear Wives 2002 - steel structures, acrylic paint
Holy Ghost 1999
Holy Ghost 1999
Three Pinkston Drive 2002 - Installation with aluminium structures and digital print mounted on aluminium
Three Pinkston Drive 2002 - Installation with aluminium structures and digital print mounted on aluminium
South 2001 - Concrete disc with internal heating system. 8m diameter
South 2001 - Concrete disc with internal heating system. 8m diameter
A Walk for Greville Verney 2003 - Public event, commissioned by Compton Verney, Warwickshire as part of Walkabout Season
A Walk for Greville Verney 2003 - Public event, commissioned by Compton Verney, Warwickshire as part of Walkabout Season

The Disc 1999 - Inlaid and coloured concrete, 18m diameterThe Disc 1999 - Inlaid and coloured concrete, 18m diameter

email - info@jacquelinedonachie.co.uk