Weaving the threads of many forms of creative expression.
Jacquelyn Berl is the creative force behind Ascender Rises Above©. While working for her Fine Arts degree in Interior Design, she was vice president of the student American Society of Interior Designers; spending ten years doing contract and residential perspective renderings/interior design.
She then expanded her horizons to that of a graphic and fine artist. Her self-directed efforts won over 65 national and local awards in the areas of graphic design and marketing. She has done a great deal of community work, including contributions of graphic work for several non-profits.
She began to sell her fine artwork privately, donating some proceeds to non-profit organizations. She has held four exhibits of her personal work, and each time has successfully blended her powerful vision with a variety of artistic media and form: pointillism, dry pastels, oil pastels, mixed media, watercolor and Scatterlings©: a collection of self-directed enchantment art.
Desktop Publishing, Award Winning Graphic Design and Marketing, Presentations, Business Plans
Interior and Exterior Design, Commercial and Residential, Perspective Renderings, Illustration and Line Drawings.
Fine Arts Sales: Painting in Acrylics &Watercolor, Scatterlings©, Pointillism, Pastels, Mixed Media, Photography.
Skilled in QuarkXpress, Adobe Illustrator, PhotoShop, MicroSoft Word, Dreamweaver MX.
Presently she is seeking a publisher for an upcoming illustrated novel. Contact Ascender to alert you on the book publication date.
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“For me every act of creating art art is catharsis.
If I can provide my viewer with
just a glimpse of that emotional action,
I feel I have been successful.”
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☛ The fine print:
All images in this album are Copyrighted © 2016 Jacquelyn Berl, All Rights Reserved.
Please feel free to read about the art I have created here. Feel free to wonder how I created it, why I created it, what it means. It is free to talk about it.
It is not free to take a copy of it, to print it out, to post it on your blog, to call it your own, to use it inside your art, or to make money from it in any way.
Duplication in partial or complete of these images, the creation of derivatives or any other reproduction is illegal as stated in the Copyright Law of the USA.