Artist Jacqueline Rizzo

Jacqueline’s passion lies in understanding social justice. Jacqueline wants to show, through her artwork, the relevant topics in media, arts, and culture that represent or hold power in setting standards in our society. Jacqueline feels the need to exemplify her passion for this topic because so many people in society fall victim to standards or stereotypes that are set by someone else. The visual arts are appealing because they allow one to express a topic without words, leaving the viewer in full control of interpretation based on their perception. Jacqueline is an artist who expresses herself through mediums of charcoal, graphite, and acrylic, but favors the dimension of color.

Acrylic

“Muhammad Ali”

Acrylic

“Marilyn Monroe”

Acrylic

“Starburst Biggie”

This artists work is also featured in the Long Beach ArtWalk Magazine Fall Issue. The magazine can be downloaded or purchased in print here.