Jacqueline Unanue

MUSE Gallery will be closed from March 13th through March 31st

 We are concerned about the spread of the COVID-19 virus and the health of our patrons, visitors and the members of our cooperative gallery.

This is a challenging time in our community and we want to continue to inspire and share the power of art with our exhibitions. 
 
Our exhibition continues to be open by appointment.
Contact Martha Hope Carey - martha@anothermoon.org
Awakening by Jacqueline Unanue
Awakening

Acrylic on canvas, 2019

24"x 24" (61x 61 cm)

Magical Journey XXIII by Jacqueline Unanue
Magical Journey XXIII

Acrylic on canvas, 2018, 36"x 36"

Magical Journey XXIX by Jacqueline Unanue
Magical Journey XXIX

Acrylic on canvas, 2018, 30"x 40" (76x 101,5 cm)

Magical Journey I by Jacqueline Unanue
Magical Journey I

Acrylic on canvas, 2018, 20”x 20” (51x 51 cm)

Yellow Sky I by Jacqueline Unanue
Yellow Sky I

Acrylic on canvas, and collage detail, 2017, 36”x 36” (91,5x 91,5 cm)

                                                                                                           

The Creation I by Jacqueline Unanue
The Creation I

Acrylic on canvas, 2017, 48"x 48" (122x 122 cm)

Atacama I by Jacqueline Unanue
Atacama I

Acrylic on canvas, 2016, 57”x 67” (145x 170 cm)

Jacqueline Unanue
Magical Journey XXIV

Jacqueline Unanue is a Chilean American artist of Spanish ancestry residing and working in art in Philadelphia (PA), since 2000. While studying design in her native Chile in the 1970s, she became interested in the rock art done in her own country. She visited the solitary and awe-inspiring valleys, mountains, deserts, and rock formations of Chile. She also traveled to Spain to study the caves of Altamira in the Basque country.

Unanue has received numerous awards and grants—among them the Latin American Women in Art and Culture Tribute in 2015, in New York city—and has widely exhibited in Chile, Spain, Finland, Ecuador, and Argentina, as well as in galleries in Washington DC, Philadelphia, Chicago, and New York. Her work can also be found in many private and public collections in the Americas and Europe.