Jacqueline Davies is the resident artist here at the VHRA. As well as designing VHRA event merchandise and sponsoring our events, she has also created works for Hop Up, What Katie Did and ATOMIC Vintage Festival, as well as car clubs and numerous vintage inspired brands, both at home and overseas.
Aside from her hot rod related work, Jacqueline is an established artist and is a painter, a printer, and a maker of things. With a passion for pattern and all things Mid-Century her work is often described as happy. The work, though whimsical and inventive, is researched and translated for a contemporary culture and its unabating appetite for all things vintage. Her influences are female textile designers Ray Eames and Lucienne Day, along with Walt Disney. She studied Printed Textile Design at John Moores University in Liverpool, but now resides in sunny Essex.
Jacqueline’s website is where you can now find a full range of her latest prints and T shirts for sale, as well as original artworks big and small, and also find out more about her work with museums, galleries and schools.
In addition to what you see in her store, Jacqueline is able to undertake private commissions, and thanks to her links with the Vintage Hot Rod Association, can add our branding to your artwork.
You'll find her at the other end of www.jacquelinedaviesart.com.