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Art by Jackie Mantey


"Club Cherry" 2021 | Embroidery floss, photo paper | Original image info: Jack Delano, 1942, “View of crowd dancing to the music of Red Sounders and his band, at the Club DeLisa, Chicago, Illinois, April 1942.”
 
"Hair" 2022 (From the Peekaboo Collection) | Embroidery floss, found Polaroid, paint.
 
"Bedtime" 2022 (From the Peekaboo Collection) | Embroidery floss, found Polaroid, paint.
 
"Sex House" 2019 (From the Show Your Work Series) | Embroidery floss, found Polaroid.
 
"Kiss, Kiss" 2019 (From the Show Your Work Series) | Embroidery floss, found Polaroid.
 

Jackie Mantey is a writer and artist based in Chicago. She began making embroidery art in 2016 as a DIY art therapy practice in early substance abuse recovery.

Jackie’s visual artwork has been shown at Slate Arts Gallery (Chicago), Hubbell Street Galleries (San Francisco), The Martin (Chicago), The Open Studio (virtual), Fulton Street Collective (Chicago), Latent Space Gallery (Chicago), and published in Uppercase Magazine, Honey & Lime Magazine, Barren Magazine, and The Write City Review, among others. To see more of her work, please visit shop.jackiemantey.com or follow @jackiemanteydotcom on Instagram.



























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