Joceline studied at the Royal Academy Schools London in the 1970s. Later she went on to train as an Art Therapist and worked for many years in a mental health setting.

She paints closely observed Still Life paintings in oil on wood panels. She is interested in looking at and paying attention to the ordinary beauty of objects that she sees around her. These may carry meaning, memories or a particular significance but equally it may be just their particular shape or colour that attracts her.

Her work has been exhibited widely in East Anglia and further afield. In recent years she has exhibited her work at the Fairhurst gallery in Norwich (two woman show) Gallery Last Zurich (one woman show) Society of Women Artists at the Mall Galleries, London, Castle Museum Norwich, “Inheritance” show, Contemporary and Country at Houghton Hall, Geedon Gallery, Essex, Byard Gallery Cambridge, and several shows with the Royal Academy East Anglia Group of which she is a member. In 2020 she was one of four artists in the group show “Home Ground” at Mandell’s Gallery in Norwich – her home city.

Joceline welcomes commissions and has painted several of objects that are much loved and particularly important to the client

She is an active member and regular exhibitor with the Norwich 20 Group. In September/October 2023 she is taking part in Norfolk and Norwich Open Studios Scheme

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