Herb Jackson
b. 1945 Raleigh, North Carolina

Electric Sleep , 2003
Vitreograph on Rives BFK White, Edition of 30

image: 30 x 22.5," paper size: 30 x 22.5"
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End of the Shadow, 2003
Vitreograph on Rives BFK White, Edition of 30

image: 30 x 22.5," paper size: 30 x 22.5"
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Glass Tango , 2003
Vitreograph on Rives BFK White, Edition of 30

image: 30 x 22.5," paper size: 30 x 22.5"
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Unspoiled Waters , 1999
Vitreograph on Rives BFK, Edition of 30

image: 16 x 12," paper size: 23 x 18"
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Mountain Shadow , 1989
Edition of 18

image: 16 x 12," paper size: 30 x 22"
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Raising Hands , 1999
Edition of 30

image: 16 x 12," paper size: 23 x 18"
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Turning East , 1984
Edition of 30

image: 16 x 16," paper size: 30 x 20.5"
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Mishima Suite , 1989
Edition of 40

image: 10 x 8," paper size: 19 x 15"
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Herb Jackson is a faculty member and former Chair of the Art Department at Davidson College in North Carolina. His works have been shown nationally and internationally for over thirty years in solo and group exhibitions. In 1999 he received the North Carolina Award, the state's highest civilian honor for Lifetime Achievement in Fine Arts. Jackson has visited Littleton Studios numerous times over the years.

Jackson received his Bachelor of Arts from Davidson College in 1967 and his Master of Fine Arts from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill in 1970. His works can be found in over eighty museum collections, including the Brooklyn Museum, the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution and the Whitney Museum of American Art. In England his work is in the collections of the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Jackson's realm of color has become richer and more tangible in his newly published prints, which combine intaglio vitreography with digital transfer. The imagery goes right to the edges of the paper deckle, making for a subtle interface between artwork and the space that surrounds it. The prints bear a certain resemblance to Jackson's paintings in oil pastel but unlike those works, in which texture is readily perceived in the superficial build-up of clotted pigment, the prints have an illusory texture that allows the eye to drift into their atmospheric depths.

"Printmaking," Jackson has written, "is simply another form or approach" for artistic expression. Yet this artist has turned to printmaking time and again to express the intimate intensity and quiet energy for which his work is prized.

 

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Tom Nakashima

Judith O'Rourke

Italio Scanga

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