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Green Art - Eco Policy

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We live in fragile times. Living on the earth requires a return commitment to care for the earth.

Jacqueline has long held a position of passionate support for environmental care and her art is no exception.

All creations are made with minimum impact on the environment. Jacqueline's glass workshop and home uses 100% renewable energy and each year she carbon offsets even further by planting trees on her small acreage which is totally organic. As much as possible the Building Blocks are sourced locally and even her glass lamps include a low energy bulb.

Jacqueline is a proud Signature Member of Artists For Conservation (AFC) - formerly the Worldwide Nature Artists Group (WNAG) - is a non-profit, international organization dedicated to the celebration and preservation of the natural world. The Foundation represents the world's leading collective of nature artists and an unparalleled pool of artistic talent focussed on nature. The organization's mission is to support wildlife and habitat conservation, biodiversity, sustainability and environmental education through art that celebrates our natural heritage."

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Also a member of Australian Conservation Foundation, Ballina Climate Action Network and provides monthly support to Rainforest Rescue.

Jacqueline is also a passionate supporter of environmental art as a Commitee member for Caldera Art, a world class group of artists dedicated to promoting the biodiversity and ecology of Australia's Green Caldron region. This group has an annual round of touring exhibitions plus works with government, industry and educational groups to promote awareness of this fragile environment.

Jacqueline's work has been selected each year for the Caldera Artfest and as a Finalist in Caldera Art. In October 2011 Jacqueline was awarded the Caldera Art Fellowship 2011/12 sponsored by Tweed Shire Council & Essential Energy to create a body of work based on the biodiversity & ecology of the Caldera Region known internationally as Australia's Green Cauldron.

For further information on this inspiring round of exhibitions and group of artists go to www.calderaart.org.au

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One world - One tribe - Care for it

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