Jacqueline Rieder Hud is an expressionist painter who probes the nexus of nature and the unconscious. The mysterious animals and figures in her landscapes walk out from her dreams in a dialogue with outer reality. Her rhythmic compositions in riotous colors pulse and vibrate with energy, sweeping up the viewer in their vivid swells.
This event on April 27th will be a kick-off for the Bozeman Film Celebration in June, during which Jacqueline will be screening "Painting the Wild" at Cheever Hall. "Painting the Wild", a film made in 2007 by Rod Bradley from Los Angeles, engages her creative process in paint and her vision of protecting the fragile web of nature. Jacqueline's art & dream book "Laundry for Strangers: Creativity, Sexuality & Fury" is on its way to becoming an Indie Feature Film.