Jacqui Poncelet established herself as a major figure in the international ceramics scene during the late 1970’s and I980’s before diversifying her practice to work in a wide range of media including painting, sculpture and textiles, as well as public commissions one of which was a series wool blankets produced for the Tate with Merlin Tregwynt.
She also works as a curator, having been a selector for the British Art Show and Pattern Crazy. She continues to work across and explore new fields.
She has recently completed a major public commission “ Wrapper” at Edgware Road tube station which is the largest vitreous enamel artwork in Europe. Jacqui Poncelet’s diverse and rich practice is bound by her continuing concern and her exploration of pattern.
The video of this lecture can be viewed on YouTube.