Jacquie Gulliver Thompson studied Fine Art in the sixties at St Alban’s School of Fine Art under Euan Uglow and George Fullard. Not wanting to teach, she then trained as a graphic designer for book publishing, later art-directing a wide variety of illustrated books (one of them prize-winning) for publishers such as Mitchell Beazley and Dorling Kindersley. Throughout, she continued life drawing and gradually returned to her original interest, painting, which she was finally able to pursue professionally in her studio at the Limehouse Art Foundation. She died shortly after her last solo show in Paris.

She has works in collections in France, Italy, the Antilles, Canada, Massachusetts, California and the UK.

Solo Exhibitions:

1998 Millinery Works, Islington, London
2001 Artbank Gallery, Clerkenwell, London
2007 Galerie Étienne de Causans, rue de Seine, Paris
2009 The Gallery-in-Cork-Street, London
2015 Galerie Art'Et Miss, Marais, Paris

Joint Exhibitions:

2012 Creek Creative Gallery, Faversham

Group Exhibitions:

1998 Whitechapel East London Open Studios
1999 Group show Millinery Works
2000 Group show Millinery Works
2001 Group show Millinery Works
2002 Group show Millinery Works
2003 Group show Millinery Works
2004 Group show Millinery Works
2004 “On the Wall”, Olympia, London
2005 Railings Gallery, West End, London
2006 Stock Gallery, Stock, Essex