Artist David Jackson to paint in Beaver Creek
August 21, 2013
If you go …
What: Artist David Jackson.
Where: Paderewski Fine Art, Beaver Creek.
When: Thursday through Sunday.
More information: 970-949-6036 or http://www.paderewskifineart.com.
A native of Ogden, Utah, artist David Jackson's interest in art began at an early age and he has been working as a professional artist for more than 40 years.
Jackson is a strong supporter of numerous wildlife and charitable organizations. And while he is well known for his accurate depictions of wildlife and western landscapes, his work is diverse and includes a wide variety of subjects. A richly colored, impressionistic style has afforded him the opportunity of showing his work in private collections and exhibitions throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.
He has crafted monumental bronze sculptures for Weber State University, numerous high schools, private individuals and businesses. Always striving for excellence, Jackson loves new challenges and opportunities which provide him with creative resources. He receives inspiration from the beautiful surroundings of his home and studio in Mountain Green, Utah.
He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Weber State University and a Master of Fine Arts degree through Utah State University. After teaching high school art for 27 years, Jackson retired in the spring of 2000 to devote more time to his craft.
Paderewski Fine Art is located in Beaver Creek, on the Plaza level of the Hyatt, across from the ice rink. Call 970-949-6036 or visit http://www.paderewski fineart.com for more information.
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