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Vikki Jackson, Artist
Monday, November 27, 2017
Tuesday, October 17, 2017
I will be the featured artist at A Lot of Flowers at the Fairhaven Art Walk on Friday Oct 27th from 5-8:30pm. I will have a cool selection of prints, totes, rocks, cards and other creative pieces with my Digital Doodle Corvid works. If you miss this event A Lot of Flowers will be continuing to carry my work.
Posted by Vikki Jackson at 3:56 PM
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Friday, June 16, 2017
I am excited to announce that I have some of my Nature Nerd Rocks and cards with my Digital Doodles for sale at A Lot of Flowers in Fairhaven (1011 Harris Ave). They look great in this colorful shop full of outdoor art, flowers, plants and color. If you have been trying to find a rock but keep missing out, come by and by one and take it home.
Posted by Vikki Jackson at 4:03 PM
Thursday, May 4, 2017
I have been playing with a way to do more with my Digital Doodles. I have so much fun doing them, but it has been challenging to find an innovative way to share them creatively. I have recently run across a way to transfer the digital images to new surfaces. This is done by hand, so maintains the handcrafted element of the art. I am transferring the images onto rocks. At this time, I am not selling these fun creations, but hiding them in local green spaces and posting hints on a Facebook Page: Nature Nerd Rocks (@naturenerdrocks). My goal is to use my art to get people to interact more with the outdoors. It has been fun. Check it out and join in on the fun.
Posted by Vikki Jackson at 8:58 AM
Wednesday, February 8, 2017
The Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology (thesnvb.org) has honored me by selecting this piece to grace their conference agenda program for their annual upcoming conference. I am honored as I truly respect folks in this group doing real, hard and relevant SCIENCE!
|Corvid for Science, digital painting|
Posted by Vikki Jackson at 10:58 AM
Thursday, January 5, 2017
These two collaborative pieces just came off the easel. They are another example of collaborative work between me and my sister Lyn Jackson (lynjacksonartist.com). These are mixed media pieces painted on re-purposed cabinet doors.
|Wetland Prince, mixed media, 17 13/16" x 21 5/16"|
|Wetland Gem, mixed media, 39 14/16" x 17 14/16"|
Posted by Vikki Jackson at 5:15 PM