The paintings we are about to examine are inescapably a bundle of contradictions, satirical complexities, and witty subterfuge. Essentially, Jackson is a uniquely self-realized painter.
PHILIP ELIASOPH, PH.D.
Robert C. Jackson (b. 1964 Kinston, NC) worked as an Electrical Engineer for Motorola and then as an Assistant Pastor before settling down to his full-time and fulfilling career as a contemporary still life artist. Robert's artwork can now be found exhibiting in galleries and museums coast to coast. His work can be found at the Delaware Art Museum, Brandywine River Museum of Art, Evansville Museum of Art, History, and Sciences, South Dakota Art Museum, New Britain Museum of American Arts, Seven Bridges Foundation, as well as in the homes of collectors worldwide and in various corporate collections. Robert was also the author of the 2014 publication “Behind the Easel,” which explores the unique voices of 20 contemporary representational painters.
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