Jackie Ehle’s

recycled works and painting



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Jackie Ehle Inglefield: I was born in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1968, and I grew up in Alexandria, Virginia, graduating from T.C. Williams High School in 1986.  After two years at Southeastern Louisiana University, I continued my studies at Northern Virginia Community College, the Corcoran School of Art, and the Smithsonian. In 1992, I graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Fine Art from Virginia Commonwealth University.  After touring Europe, I moved to New York City where I was a framer at the Framers Workshop and assistant manager and jewelry buyer for the Whitney Museum of American Art  shop : “The Store Next Door.”  My sculptures were also displays for front window of the Madison Avenue store.  (The Store Next Door no longer exists.)  In 1996 I got a studio at the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria Virginia.  I am in the private collections of Mary Tyler Moore, Bernadette Peters, Wynton Marsalis, Swiss Com International, Mike Source of Don and Mike fame, The American Embassy in Beijing and Dynamic Direct in Graybar building Manhattan.  I had a large Black Dog sculpture displayed in the Anchorage Museum of History and Art for a year in their Spot The Dog show.  Last November I was published with my dog illustrations in the book A Tribute to Mans Best Friend Eulogy of the Dog . My sculptures and paintings have been seen on Animal Planet, Home and Garden TV  and are featured in Mitchell Gold and Bob Williams’ a “Comfortable Home”.