Galleries throughout the United States represent her work including: Addison-Ripley, Washington, D.C.; Addington Gallery, Chicago, Illinois; DM Contemporary, New York; and Allyn Gallup, Sarasota, FL. She is the recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Award (1991) and the Warren Tanner Award (1996). In 2000, she was invited by Golden Artist Colors to lecture about her work for the Turner Colors Series to art schools and universities throughout Japan. Her work is represented in over 1000 collections worldwide including: The New York Public Library, New York; The Zimmerli Art Museum, Montclair Art Museum, New Jersey; Palmer Museum, Pennsylvania; Museum of Art at the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona; and the United States Embassy Collections, Brazil, Cambodia, Croatia, Jamaica, and Peru.
For the last twenty years, Jackie has made a living from her art and is a popular motivational speaker on the challenges of sustaining a successful career in the visual arts. Battenfield is the author of The Artist’s Guide: How to Make a Living Doing What You Love, Da Capo Press, 2009.
Locust Shade, acrylic and chine colle' on canvas, 34x76
Meteor Shower, acrylic and chine colle' on canvas, 32x52
Sundazed, acrylic and chine colle' on canvas, 32x52
Laced Straw Well, acrylic on canvas, 26x29
Warm Tracings, acrylic on canvas, 31x52
Singed But Not Burned, acrylic on canvas, 32x52
Lacquered Air, acrylic on canvas, 19x40
Lambent Sunlight, acrylic and chine colle' on canvas, 35x51
Embrace, woodblock over momotype, 17x56
Green Twilight, acrylic on paper, 16x49
Purple Leaves, acrylic on paper, 16x50
Mashomack Preserve 4, woodblock and lithography over monoprint, 20x60
Mashomack Preserve 9, woodblock and lithography over monoprint, 20x60