• Available
    artworks

  • From past Memory XVII (2022)
  • All Things Being Equal I (2018)

JACKSON Richard, guest artist for the exhibition, Ce que peut le verre

An impression, a question, an idea, these are always my starting points. Working with words, the title of the piece emerges, modeling and drawing, and the form appears.


Intricate volumes, fine edges, dots, perfect curves, a hidden point of balance, all contribute to creating a moment of silence. The layers of mark-making provide a language, challenging the boundaries between surface and internal volume. Form is the signifier, language informs a story, both past, and yet to be played out.


The resulting work expresses my findings and raises new questions.


Richard Jackson

Biography

Born in 1959 in England.

After studying at the West Surrey College of Art and Design where he obtained a B.A. (Honours) in Three Dimensional Design - Glass in 1989, he traveled, studied and worked in various studios in the United States, Denmark and the United Kingdom. In 2000, he opened his studio with Sally Fawkes with installations allowing them to work at different scales and with different techniques, thus allowing them to carry out diverse projects.

He is the recipient of numerous awards such as the 1st prize at the Worshipful Company of Glass Sellers (UK) in 2007 and the Grants for the Arts, Arts Council (UK) in 2008. He is an elected member of the Royal Society of Sculptors.

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Public collections

Victoria and Albert Museum, London, United Kingdom

The Faringdon Collection at Buscot Park, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom

The Ruskin Glass Collection, United Kingdom

Klein & Poole Collection - National Museums of Scotland, United Kingdom

Cotswold District Council, Cirencester, United Kingdom

The Lightbox, Woking, United Kingdom

M.A.V.A. Museo de Arte en Vidrio de Alcorcon, Madrid, Spain

Norwegian Cruise Lines, Norway

Himalayan Garden, Ripon, United Kingdom

Mastercard Worldwide, London, United Kingdom

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