Jacque Forsher's creative style and preference for bold colors developed early on. When she was a child, her father worked at a tire manufacturing plant and often came home from work with the red and yellow wax stubs that he used to mark the rubber tires with, tucked in a pocket. The not-quite-crayons would ultimately find their way into the art tin, resulting in a color selection that consisted mostly of warm colors.
Although her preference for color and mediums of choice have progressed through the years, Forsher continues to work with a strong color palette and believes it was her early introduction to primary colors that makes her comfortable using bold colors in her current work.
NYQ Books Cover Art by Jacque Forsher
|Paper Birds Don't Fly|
|Waving Mustard in Surrender|
Other Images by Jacque Forsher