JACKIE STANTON ART


Jacqueline Stanton

Born: Livingston, New Jersey, April 24, 1977

Education:

Rhode Island School of Design, BFA, 1995-1999
Major: Painting

 

Biography:

Jackie Stanton worked in New York City for three years. She created trompe l'oiel murals, commission pieces, and original paintings. Jackie moved to Los Angeles in 2001, where she now works on her art full-time. Her murals can be found in Rhode Island, Pittsburgh, New Jersey, New York City, Chicago, Paris, Switzerland, London, and Los Angeles.

Jackie Stanton's paintings are currently being sold throughout the States, as well as in Europe. A few of her numerous clients include Pat O'Brien, Eric Szmanda, Dr. Phil, Warner Brothers, golfer Jesper Parnevik, InStyle magazine January & March 2006, David Caruso,  Avril Lavigne, J.C Wendell, Russel Peters, Mark Ballas, Chad Rogers, Russel Friend, Robin Chretien (Robin's Jean), Bravo TV (Million Dollar Listing), Bravo TV (Flipping Out), FOX TV (House), ABC TV (Castle), E! Entertainment (Keeping Up With the Kardashians), TNT series (Major Crimes) and CBS television series (Byron Allen's Comics Unleashed).

Exhibited:

Curtis St. Art Gallery, Bayhead, New Jersey.  2001

Patrick McCarthy Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.  2003

ArtVogue Decoration, Ecublens, Switzerland.  2005

Old Town Art Gallery, Seal Beach, CA.  2005

Blueprint Showroom, Los Angeles, CA.  2005-Present

Soho Gallery, Studio City, CA.  2005-2008

Lurie Fine Art gallery, Miami, FL.  2006-2008

Ambrogi/Casanier Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA.  2006-2008

Floorplan Showroom, Los Angeles, CA.  2007-Present

Cantoni Showroom, Los Angeles, CA.  2008-2009

Cella Gallery,  North Hollywood (NOHO District), CA.  2008-2009

Art District, Studio City, CA.  2009-2010

Axiom Contemporary Gallery,  Santa Monica, CA.  2011-2012

Opotz Gallery Space, Los Angeles, CA. 2015-2016

Jaxon Home, Los Angeles, CA.  2015-Present

CODA Gallery, Palm Desert, CA.  2019-Present

 

2001-Present, Los Angeles, CA

Full-time artist at 2918 Whittier Blvd. studio.

Created over 12,000 large, medium and small scale paintings.