How to Become a Paper Artist
Jacqueline was born, in what was commonly perceived to be, the wrong side of the wall. She explains,
“When I was little you couldn’t just buy things.”
However, she didn’t only admire the pink shiny toys in the TV ads from Western Germany. Or just leaf through the toy catalogue she managed to get hold of. She also started to build her own versions.
Equipped with two craft books from the past, wood, paper and fabric, she created the paper playgrounds she dreamed of, wooden furniture for her dolls and outfits for her teddies.
“It took many twists and turns and a good dose of luck.”
for Jacqueline to make her way from the tiny village in Eastern Germany to the shiny lights of London, Great Britain. However, her passion to create things, is still unchanged and evident in her work.