Jacqueline Lima exhibits her work, lectures and curates Internationally. Her work is in public and private collections. She has been immersed in the art world for over 40 years. Her work was inspiration for a traveling museum exhibition called "The World Is Round" (titled after one of her paintings), and featured one of her spherical paintings on the cover of the corresponding book. It was published by the Hudson River Museum who sponsored the exhibition and hosted the final exhibition.
Jacqueline Lima is presently Director of the University College Art Gallery at Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, N J. She has taught Studio & Art History courses at Fairleigh Dickinson, William Paterson, Pratt Institute and Brooklyn College, including the Masters Program. She was Director of the Blue Mountain Gallery, then in Soho, now in Chelsea, for 5 years from 1990 - 95 and was an exhibiting artist with them for 10 years. She Co-founded AMMO Artists Exhibition Space, the first art gallery in Dumbo, Brooklyn, and had a studio in the neighborhood for 12 years.
In 1999, she was invited by Chosun University in Gwangju., South Korea, to teach design for a semester. She taught 183 students that semester and made 17 paintings. This included going to China to paint in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Xian and Beijing. It also included spending a month painting at Ssang Bong Sa, a Buddhist Temple in Hwasun, South Korea.
She is now teaching a CORE class at FDU called The Global Challenge. The course is designed to educate students as Global Citizens.