Friday, July 6, 2012

Jacqueline Howett's Art interval plus novel updates

Hi Guys, More updates for 2013, coming soon!

While I'm busy working on my edits to my novel, Cass, and another WIP, I thought I would show you all again more of my abstract art works for a change. But before we go to my art interlude, I just wanted to say, I hope soon to have my novel, The Greek Seaman back up on Amazon and Smashwords. Yes, I know, its been a long while, what with vacation time- and all, but it's still in the proofing stages. I have only just re-submitted it back to the editor for another final look. I'm also wondering now if I should cut out the first chapter completely in order to get into the story quicker, or leave it in and just snip some bits from it. Those of you who have already read it in its former state are more than welcome to e-mail with their opinions on what they think I should do.

Note: 2013 update: If you arrived at my blog from the Wikidpedia link, that was recently put up in March 2013, you might want to read my side of the story, concerning my viral mishap at the link below. There you'll find facts that were not mentioned online on how it all came about. Your soon realise how at the on set, my issue with Big Al  had nothing to do with a spelling matter.  For the moment, I'm not sure who might have placed "The Greek Seaman" in the Wikipedia.

Anyway, back to my other hat now in art. Maybe some day I'll work on that art coffee book I've always wanted to put together, and get cracking looking through my art slides. I shall be creating a seperate blog link page to sell my fine art with Paypal. Hope you enjoy my crazy art. Thanks for stopping by. Have a great week! 

Art gallery - is this way!

No 1.   Imortality. Oil on Canvass by Jacqueline Howett. 6 feet by 9 feet.

A brief art bio:
My art has appeared in the Art Cellar Exchange, Manhattan Arts International Magazine, Art Now, and the International and New York Gallery Guide. I have appeared in group and solo exhibits such as the Danforth Gallery in Portland, Maine and The Oreno Print Museum, New York. I've also dabbled in installation/performance art. The Herald Tribune in Biddeford, Maine did a feature article when my work was exhibited at The Saco Museum of Art.  Starbucks gave me a solo exhibit and my work is in private collections, and they have been sold in several silent art auctions, and featured on various art websites.

No. 2. Collage by Jacqueline Howett

No. 3.  Acrylic on canvass c by Jacqueline Howett

No. 4.  Oil on canvass by Jacqueline Howett. 12 feet by 9 feet.

No. 5.  Oil on Canvass by Jacqueline Howett. 4 feet by 4 feet. 12 panels were created.

No. 6. Collage by Jacqueline Howett

No. 7. Acrylic on canvass by Jacqueline Howett

No. 8.   3D Sculpture art by Jacqueline Howett

No. 9.  Acrylic on canvass by Jacqueline Howett

I use to stretch my own canvass and create giant sized panels in my bathing suit, then jump in the pool after.

All artworks on this site are the copyright property of Jacqueline Howett.

If you like, you can view more of my art, over at Art Review.

All serious art queries to my e-mail please! Thanks! Email:
Subject line: Art query with # or art title.

Title: Timeless. Acrylic on canvass by Jacqueline Howett. 20 inches X 16 inches. Price: $800.
Contact by email.

  Added note: January 7th 2013  - Art Links

I placed up on the 7th of January 2013, a seperate art blog introduction page, just for art lovers: Paypal links should go up by the end of April or early May 2013. I accept checks only for the exact amount of offered price. Pre-orders are welcome!  so I hope you'll come back and check it out!

And I also created a seperate Facebook page for my art too.  

Seeing that it's new and all, I hope you will hit the Like button when your there! Thanks. JH

Your visit is always appreciated.


  1. Gorgeous art, Jacqueline. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Great art! I see you're a woman of many talents.

  3. WOW! I'm totally impressed! #7 is totally my favorite. thanks for sharing! :)

    1. Margo, you know I'm smiling. No. 7 is also my favorite too. I don't know what you see, but I see water, bridges, trees, houses and little towns reflected in water. It's one of those kind of paintings where the longer you stare, you start seeing things

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  5. Thanks guys for your comments. I really appreciate it!

  6. You are such a talented person. I love your art and wish I could see it in a gallery to get the effect of the size. Beautiful! Hope all is well with you and thanks for stopping by my blog.

  7. Wow! I'm impressed. My husband's grandmother and mother are painters. I have their art displayed all over our home. You are very talented. I particularly like number 7 and 9. Are they for sale? If so, what would you let them go for? Hope you had a merry Christmas and a blessed New Year. Let me know when your novel is up again and I'll check it out. Now that my husband has an I-pad I can actually download e-books.

    1. Thank you Andrea. So glad to know you're an art lover. Your words are such an inspiration to me! Yes, #7 and #9 are still available, and I'll catch up soon via e-mail about some special price for you.

      Here's wishing you a wonderful 2013.

  8. It was so nice to see a comment from you. I have been wondering what was going on in your life, if you were ever going to post something again.