I have enjoyed watching Jacqueline’s style become bolder and more powerful, as in her recent cave art panels and her southwestern landscape "The River Wild.” Her whimsical humor is her latest stylistic development, showcased in “Cat in Pot.” Along with this piece’s vivid colors that are like a window into tropical sunlight, the cat with attitude always makes me smile.
Jacqueline Savaiano defines emerging artist. With each new work, I’m amazed and delighted. She stretches and challenges herself – and the viewer. Different genres. New subject matters. Variety of techniques. At the heart of all her pieces, she draws you in with visual and emotional vibrations. I always look forward to her next surprise.
Love the piece I acquired from Jacqueline Savaiano. Feels like I’m really there when I look at her art. It’s very warm and inviting. She chooses wonderful colors and has a great eye.
Jacqueline Savaiano is a yet-to-be-discovered artist of our time. Although she is classically trained, she has her own style. To own a Savaiano is an opportunity to savor, to enjoy, to travel into the painting – and to see future appreciation.
Media Coverage about My Art Work & Exhibits
Saatchi Art Global Online Gallery's (www.saatchiart.com) E-mail Subscriber Newsletter, July 13, 2022; Renaissance Romance spotlighted as a "popular artwork to discover" and myself as an "artist to meet."
Hampton Daze Magazine, arts & entertainment for Hamptons and New York City, July 2015; Renaissance Romance showcased as part of montage of works in advertisement for Ross Contemporary gallery.
Media Coverage as a Writer & Reporter of the ArtsSelected List:
“The Invasion Has Begun,” TIME cover story, July 8, 1996 (Reporter on science fiction movies and the film Independence Day)
“Mission Unavoidable,” TIME, June 10, 1996 (Main reporter on first film of Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible franchise, including interview with Paramount studio chief Sherry Lansing)
“Women of the Year,” TIME, November 13, 1995 (Main reporter of original story idea on women’s growing power in Hollywood, pegged to the trend in women’s ensemble films like Sense and Sensibility, Little Women, and How to Make an American Quilt and including interviews with actresses Emma Thompson and Ellen Burstyn)
“Oprah Goes Hollywood,” People Magazine, June 13, 1988 (Main reporter on Oprah Winfrey’s entree into movie production with ABC’s The Women of Brewster Place, including in-person interview with Winfrey and coverage of shooting on location) (https://people.com/archive/oprah-goes-hollywood-vol-29-no-23/)