Lost at E-Minor feature

Lost at E-Minor feature

Article by Michele Banks for Lost at E-Minor featuring “Minimally Charged” exhibition at the BoxHeart Gallery in Pittsburgh. Jackie Hoysted is an Irish-born artist who has been living in the US for fifteen years and working in a number of different media, including encaustic and ceramics. Over the past year, she has concentrated on painting, with […]

Temporary Art Space Counts Down to Demolition – Bethesda-Chevy Chase, MD Patch

Temporary Art Space Counts Down to Demolition – Bethesda-Chevy Chase, MD Patch

Temporary Art Space Counts Down to Demolition Downtown Bethesda home, gallery will be demolished along with an art exhibit called “Construct::Destruct.” By Karen Kullgren Email the author March 15, 2012 Jackie Hoysted wanted to give her fellow artists more space to exhibit their work, so she took action. The multimedia artist decided to turn her […]

Reno Gazette Review

Reno Gazette Review

New exhibits on display at main, Red Mountain galleries at TMCC Reno Gazette – Journal – Reno, Nev. Author: Geralda Miller Date: Feb 20, 2011 “….. there’s nothing fun or funny about Jackie Hoysted’s work that wraps around a third floor hallway. Her exhibit, “Send Me Your Last Cigarette,” is a personal statement about ending […]

Gaithersburg Patch by Bora Mici

Gaithersburg Patch by Bora Mici

A Portrait of the Artist: Jackie Hoysted by Bora Mici A multimedia artist, Jackie Hoysted believes in the transformative power of art. When she decided to quit smoking, she devised an art project to encourage others to do the same in the public eye. If you use the same medium over and over again, you […]

Artist Jackie Hoysted – A Digital Art Revolution Interview.

Artist Jackie Hoysted – A Digital Art Revolution Interview.

Artist Jackie Hoystead is a native of Dublin, Ireland currently residing in Washington, D.C. Her work has been selected for national and international juried shows and has been awarded multiple solo shows throughout the mid-Atlantic region. In her art project, “Send Me Your Last Cigarette”, she creates artwork from the last cigarettes of ex-smokers, in […]

Richmond Examiner Review

Richmond Examiner Review

Review by Rebecca Barnabi A commitment to her art work is how Jackie Hoysted finally quit smoking.   By making an art project out of her quitting, she made a public commitment to others that she was quitting. If she didn’t follow through on that commitment, she wouldn’t be able to live with the embarrassment. “I […]

Jackie Hoysted — ‘Where Drawing Meets Painting’ – The Frederick News-Post : Archive

Jackie Hoysted — ‘Where Drawing Meets Painting’ – The Frederick News-Post : Archive

Jackie Hoysted — ‘Where Drawing Meets Painting’ Posted: Friday, January 29, 2010 12:00 am Lauren LaRocca Frederick News-Post Staff Jackie Hoysted grew up in Dublin and doesn’t remember drawing anything before getting married, though there’s not really a correlation. She and her husband were living in the U.K. years ago, waiting for their things — including […]

Fall Church News Press Review

Fall Church News Press Review

Northern Virginia Art Beat  By Kevin Mellema Thursday, July 30 2009 13:48 Corporeal Art (excerpt) “…… The Nexus of Styles Jackie Hoysted: Afternoons – Where Drawing Meets Painting, at the Fisher Art Gallery in the Schlesinger Concert Hall and Arts Center, on the campus of Northern VA Community College …… Hoysted shows 15 figure paintings on colored […]

Baltimore Examiner.com Review

Baltimore Examiner.com Review

Three years ago northern Montgomery County artist Jackie Hoysted was ready to kick her 20-year-old habit of cigarette smoking. So she turned to art for inspiration and is creating a series of works entitled Ashes to Ashes–Send me Your Last Cigarette to illustrate the battle with the addiction. In her first installation, on display this weekend at […]

Jackie Hoysted’s Cigarette Art: A Year Later by Shauna Lee Lange studios

Jackie Hoysted’s Cigarette Art: A Year Later Nearly a year after first meeting Jackie Hoysted the smoker, we caught up with her re-invented non-smoking self while she was volunteering at the Amy Lin exhibition at The Art League last night. Not only is Hoysted now celebrating her smoke-free life, looking radiant and healthy as ever, but she’s also excitedly preparing to exhibit […]

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