Jacqueline Alvarino Biography
Jacqueline Alvarino, known as Jac Alva Art, is a Southern California-based painter who creates mixed media abstract designs. She has presented her artistic material in Orange County and Los Angeles including The Muckenthaler Cultural Center, The Exchange, and The Vortex. Although the subject matter of her art work varies topically, one pervasive theme underlies all of it: introspection. She believes that all of life is divided into three forms of personal interaction: what others do to us; what we do to others; and what we do to ourselves. With an emphatic heart and sensitive approach, she paints dense psychological themes in the hopes of providing validation and catharsis to the audience. Essentially, Jacqueline seeks to create art encouraging emotional self-awareness, and promoting dialogue about the painful side of human behavior. Jacqueline enjoys utilizing an array of classic painting tools as well as homemade utensils including her own
hands. These tools allow her to apply gestural brushstrokes and organic shapes onto the canvas. She is well-known for her rhythmic layering and repetitive application of vibrant colors. Her unconventional methods of abstract painting provide her with the vehicle to channel her inner psyche onto the canvas. As she often says: “You are not just buying a painting. You are buying a process. You are collecting an emotional journey.
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