About Jacqueline Moon
Jacqueline Moon graduated in printmaking from Glasgow School of Art in 1998. In the few months after graduation she was a prize-winner on three occasions. Moon's interest in architectural space, light and atmosphere is coupled with a love of drawing. She enjoys the mark-making qualities inherent in printmaking, and often combines drawn images with rich colour.
Lighthouse Tower 
Etching, artist's proof, 57 x 76 cms
Donated by the artist to 'Cambridge: Glasgow - Ten Prints for New Hall' (Hughson Gallery, Glasgow, May 2000).
Lighthouse Tower is a panoramic view of Glasgow from the top of the Lighthouse - an exhibition space devoted to architecture and design and one of the principal achievements of Glasgow's year as UK City of Architecture and Design.