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Jacquelyn Hughes Mooney of New Orleans is a “visual poet,” creating vibrant, jazzy, contemporary, quilted textile collages. She is a nationally recognized artist whose works are in numerous private & corporate collections & has rocked from the day she was born...

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“This space, Mea Moona, will be so vibey, now and eternal; it speaks of seasons & their rhythm and its colours, be it the lunar rhythms full & waning light & dark; the seasonal rhythms & colours; and the rhythms & colours of our own personal lives & those of our extended family.  I want to captures it all; yet can be taken so individually to fit each person's feel, perspective, jive & flow.... Rhythm & Hues is everything animate & inanimate, relating a magnetic creative force with added New Orleans flamboyance.  "It's so very interpretive being ageless, timeless, spatial & centered, meaningful to both genders ... it can be all things to all people.... Rhythm & Hues beats, hums, sings and speaks ... it poses, profiles, winks, smiles and smirks ... it all but breathes ... but then it does that, too."  I interweave the vibrant, jazzy, contemporary, quilted textile collages in and out of the poettry so they are one and the same.  The musicality of the colors and hues are reflected in the poem, hence the reason I call myself a visual poet".



Birth Place
New Orleans, LA USA

Ms. Mooney served from 2004-2007 as the Artist in Residence for Bennett College for Women. Her last exhibtion "If Jazz was a Color?" was showcased at the American Jazz Museum. In the faall of 2009 her solo exhibition "Ya Ya Moons will be hosted by the African American Atelier in North Carolina.

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