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Jacqueline Poncelet


In 2007 Jacqueline Poncelet took up residency at A.J Wells to produce a series of enamelled panels for Sunshine House in Camberwell - a child development centre in Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital.

Enamel was specified due to its durability, vibrance and hygienic properties.

Jacqueline has since returned to A.J Wells to produce enamelled panels for Flitch Green Primary School for Essex County Council and more recently to take on a vast enamel cladding project in London.

Jacqueline established herself as a major figure on the international ceramics scene in the 1970s and 80s. In the 90s she diversified her practice to include painting, sculpture and public art commissions.