Julian Jackson
States of Blue 6, 2020
oil on paper
paper size 30 x 22 in.
image 25 x 16 in.

The dichotomy of Julian Jackson’s work is rooted in his fascination with the intangible and his appreciation for architectural structure. Jackson has a reverence for nature, and so his paintings explore light, color, and …

Medium
Condition
New / perfect condition
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, signed on verso
Frame
Not included
Series
States of Blue

Tracing his artistic roots to Abstract Expressionism, Julian Jackson explores light and color in his own abstract oil-on-wood paintings. As he describes: “The elusive nature of light has been my subject now for more than ten years and I have come to embrace this ephemerality with its attendant ambiguities as the core of my painting practice.” Likening the range of colors he explores to changing moods, and his paintings to favorite places that can be continually revisited, Jackson aims to make his work appear as immaterial as possible. He makes the wood panels that serve as the ground for his compositions, covering their surfaces with thin washes of oil paint that bear only minimal traces of his brushwork, mimicking the quality of light itself.

Exhibitions
2018
The Place BetweenPage Bond Gallery
Julian Jackson: Once, in UtopiaKathryn Markel Fine Arts

States of Blue 6, 2020

Oil on paper
30 × 22 in
76.2 × 55.9 cm
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$2,200
Location
New York, Bridgehampton
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Julian Jackson
States of Blue 6, 2020
oil on paper
paper size 30 x 22 in.
image 25 x 16 in.

The …

Medium
Condition
New / perfect condition
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, signed on verso
Frame
Not included
Series
States of Blue

Tracing his artistic roots to Abstract Expressionism, Julian Jackson explores light and color in his own abstract oil-on-wood paintings. As he describes: “The elusive nature of light has been my subject now for more than ten years and I have come to embrace this ephemerality with its attendant ambiguities as the core of my painting practice.” Likening the range of colors he explores to changing moods, and his paintings to favorite places that can be continually revisited, Jackson aims to make his work appear as immaterial as possible. He makes the wood panels that serve as the ground for his compositions, covering their surfaces with thin washes of oil paint that bear only minimal traces of his brushwork, mimicking the quality of light itself.

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