Jackie Millar is a BA hons Fine Artist, specialising in sculpture although she has a strong affinity to drawing in all mediums and printmaking. Her work is reflective of her passion for animals and the power of the rugged Northumbrian landscape that is her home. She is also one of the few pupils of the prestigious Sir Henry Doubloon School of Sculpture, this school offered classical training in life drawing, anatomy, techniques and use of materials. Course tutors and trustees included Colin Melbourne ARCA, Dame Elizabeth Frink and Sir Stuart Lyons, among many. Jackie has exhibited in various galleries including Loughborough Town Hall, Keele University, Rufford Park, the Royal Doulton Gallery in London, Shugborough House, Lord Lichfield’s home. Selling various bronze and plaster sculptures and drawings. She also creates animal portrait drawings in pastel as medium of choice and Portrait bust commissions on request. Her particular affinity however is towards the horse which has been a part of her life from the age of 3. This appreciation and understanding covering every type of
equine from Shetlands to Racehorses and all in between.