Jacinta Haycock is an impressionist artist whose bright and colourful canvases took the nation by storm during the recent ‘Buy from the Bush’ campaign.
Her works are original pieces produced using mixed media and are often inspired by her life and external surroundings. For example, native plants, rural landscapes and farmyard friends.
Jacinta’s artistic abilities are self-taught and share an overt love of colour.
As a wife and mother of 11 children, Jacinta resides on a 960-acre cattle farm in Dubbo, New South Wales.
The rural way of living is what Jacinta has always known and loved having grown up on a sheep property at Carinda, just outside Warren.
Having suffered personal hardships with the recent drought, Jacinta’s motivation as an artist spurs from the need to support her family and also the desire to put smiles on other’s faces.