Artist Painter

Présidente d'honneur


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Member of International Club Who's Who Art

Jacqueline VERMERE, opening his eyes to life, she already wore this yearning for painting. Crayons, brushes and palettes were his first toys. She did never separate.


The study of law, his job as a lawyer and magistrate, combined with his artistic talent to give his work the power and subtlety of balance and fair trait.


Innate mastery of oil and pastel allow him to explore different major pictorial themes: portraits, landscapes, nudes, floral arrangements, sublime it a light vibration of a single harmonious intensity.


She offers her work in respect of all in the early 1990s. Each knows its exhibitions in France and abroad, the success of the distinction, as his painting supports the heart and mind of emotions naturally positive, an opening to infinity turns out to be a reflection of reality.


The engagement of Jacqueline VERMERE goes far beyond his own artistic creation. Since 2008, as President of the Academic Society Arts-Sciences-Lettres, founded in 1915 and sponsored by the highest officials of Arts, Sciences and Letters, it supports and highlights women and men, by their work and talent involved in radiation Culture in artistic, literary and scientific fields in France and worldwide.


Jacqueline VERMERE be generous and touching, both in his own creativity and others whose human and cosmic perception gives his paintings a dimension of a rare intensity.

A work scope and flooded by the inner light of the artist.










First Prize: Marseille (1993), Aix-en-Provence (1994 and 1995)

Price Faces of the twentieth century Châteauneuf-du-Pape (1993)

Vermeil Medal with mention Paris, International Academy of Lutèce (1995)

Gold Medals: Marseille (1992), Aix-en-Provence (1993), Orgon-en-Provence (1995)

Silver Medals: Châteauneuf-du-Pape (1992), Arles (1993 and 1994), Vitry-le-François (1994), Paris, Council of Paris (1994), Paris, Arts-Sciences-Lettres (1994) Arles (1995)

Bronze medals: Strasbourg (1991), Chateauneuf-du-Pape (1991), Marseille (1991), Arles (1992), Deauville, International Competition (1993)

Honorary diplomas: Arles (1991) Maraussan (1993) Mérinchal (1993)

Foreign Degrees: Ypres, Belgium (1993), Osaka, Japan (1994)




Exposition permanente au Château de La Houssoye, 105 rue de Gournay,

60390 - La Houssoye – www.domainedelahoussoye.fr



Exhibitions in Paris: Galerie Espace Laser, Nesles Gallery, Gallery Arteconte gallery Facade, Salon des Independants in Paris City Hall, City Halls 4th, 5th, 6th and 13th arrondissements, Office of the Swiss Tourism Fair Avenue Raymond Poincaré in Paris XVIth , Espace Pierre Cardin in Paris VIIIth, private shows.


Exhibitions abroad: USA, Belgium, Japan, Monaco, Belarus, Korea


Exhibitions province: Arles, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Aix-en-Provence, Salon-de-Provence, Marseille, Porto-Vecchio, Gruissan, Cordes-sur-Ciel, Maraussan, Valderies, Aigueleze, Cauterets, Sallie-de-Béarn, La Ménitré, Chenillé Changed Chemillé, Mérinchal, Clamart, Vitry-le-François, Nancy, Strasbourg, Trouville, Deauville, Sête, Vincennes, Mantes-la-Jolie, Bueil, Vihiers (Château de Maupassant), Montigny-le-Bretonneux, Neuilly-sur-Seine, Bourg-la-Reine, Giverny Gallery 60, Toulon, Bormes-Les-Mimosas, Saint-Raphael,La Seyre sur Mer, Boulogne (92).