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Jaquie is an early career textile artist based in Tarntanya/Adelaide, building upon a 25 year career as an Interior Architect and Graphic Designer, she is currently undertaking a Master of Curatorial and Museum Studies.

Jaquie’s approach to textile making references her architectural methodologies, employing traditional handicraft and rug making techniques in works speaking to contemporary issues and social contexts that inform our collective consciousness. Working predominately with natural fibres such as wool, felt and linen, Jaquie transforms these mediums through systematic sequences into geometric formations, inviting a visual conversation around conformity.





Jaquie holds a Bachelor of Interior Architecture from UniSA 2006, and an Advanced Diploma of Visual Communication from DMIT 1997, she is currently undertaking a Master of Curatorial and Museum Studies at The University of Adelaide. She has completed a number of commissions and her work is held in various private, public and commercial collections, exhibited locally and nationally in group and solo exhibitions.

Jaquie is an accredited member of Guildhouse and is included in their Folio of artists.

Jaquie's work has recently been acquired by the City of Adelaide as part of their Contemporary Art Collection.

Selected Exhibitions

Fleurieu Biennale Art Prize - Finalist

Fleurieu Arthouse, McLaren Vale 2024

Hames Sharley In-house

Reserve Bank Building, Adelaide 2024

Entwined: string games across cultures (curatorial & exhibition design)

Barr Smith Library, Adelaide 2023-2024

ART WORKS: Soft Hair and Woven Threads (curated by Chira Grasby)

Adelaide Town Hall, 2023

Liminal Space

SALA, Adelaide 2021

Geo Study

Harvey Norman Commercial Space, Adelaide 2021


Lifeflow Studio, Adelaide 2018

Curatorial & Exhibition Design Work 

view Jaquie's recent exhibition work >

Interior Architecture & Design Work 

view Jaquie's previous design work >

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