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New Paintings by Artist Kay

October 14, 2017

“Peace”

“Hill Country Blues”

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Jackson Part of Women’s Event

February 24, 2017

A WOMEN’S EVENT is set for Saturday, February 25 at Camille’s Coffee Shop and sidewalk cafe, located at 2931 Scenic Highway 98 in Destin, Florida from 3 to 5 p.m. Included will be art, jewelry, facials, and music!  Plus, food and refreshments will be available. Art work by Kay Jackson will also be part of the event. And, the artist herself will be present to greet people!

Jackson’s exhibit will be on display Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (February 24,25, & 26) and will include acrylics and mixed-media. There are a total of 5 pieces – with 3 new ones! All of Jackson’s artistry will be available for purchase.

 

Art Show at Camille’s in Destin

December 16, 2016

KAY JACKSON is the featured artist at Camille’s in Destin, Florida. Her work will be on display from Monday, December 19 through Thursday, December 29. Camille’s is located at 2931 Scenic Highway 98 – at the corner of Hutchinson Street.

The main event is from 3 to 5 pm on the 29th, with music and the opportunity to meet the artist. Of course, Camille’s coffee shop and sidewalk cafe always has great food and refreshments available.

A variety of artwork in various sizes by the artist will be in the Show.  Included are 9 new mixed-media pieces completed in November and December of 2016.  All of the art will be available for sale.

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   — In the photo below, Marla Howerton, manager of Camille’s, welcomes artist Kay Jackson – and all who will come to view her artwork!

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“Kayaking Haven”

September 22, 2016

— KAYAKS, those long narrow boats pointed at both ends and moved by a paddle with two blades, would find favorable conditions in a scene created by artist Kay Jackson.  This eye-catching artwork is #4 in a series of four mixed-media pieces made with recycled multi-colored and tempered glass.  “Kayaking Haven” measures 23 and one-fourth inches in width, and 5 and one-half inches in height – and, it is done on wood.  The artwork is available for $150 plus shipping costs.  Like the others in this series, this piece would be a unique and colorful touch to any room or space.

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“Rockin’ Rides”

August 12, 2016

— THE BOAT has encountered extremely rough seas, and all who are on board are getting tossed about in this mixed-media piece by artist Kay Jackson entitled “Rockin’ Rides.” The artwork is the 3rd in a series of 4 pieces done this year with recycled multi-colored tempered glass. This one is done on canvas, measures 12 by 12 inches, and is available for $150. The price does not including shipping.  The unusual mosaic artwork will catch the eye, whether hanging on a wall or resting on an easel, in any space.

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“Heartbeat”

July 9, 2016

ANOTHER special type of artwork was completed this year by artist Kay Jackson. “Heartbeat” is a multi-colored tempered glass piece that falls into the Mixed Media category of art.  It was done to give away!  The artist donated the piece to the children’s ministry of the First United Methodist Church in Fort Walton Beach, Florida.

“Heartbeat,”along with many framed pieces of art done by the children themselves, was sold at an auction to raise support for all the various programs for children at the church. Now, all this special artwork hangs on the walls of a large number of private collectors!

Heartbeat

 

“Look@Me”

April 18, 2016

— HERE’S NEW ARTWORK by Kay Jackson!  The title is “Look@Me.”  Using colored tempered glass and mirrors, the artist has created a glass mosaic made with recycled material. The size is 12″x 12″ and the work is done on canvas. The price is $ 150 – not including shipping.  This piece would brighten any wall or room.

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Ms. Ruby

September 8, 2015

ONE of the more recent creative works by artist Kay Jackson is a painting entitled “Ms. Ruby.” Using hues of tan, brown, yellow, black and green, the artist has captured the personality of a special animal. Even the head is slightly cocked in a way that Ms. Ruby often stands. It is a watercolor of a Labradoodle, and the original is already hanging in the home of the owner.  “She’s a grand dog,” as one might say, in more ways than just one!

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Art Show Opening was Big Success

April 23, 2015

THE OPENING of the Saint Louis Watercolor Society’s 16th annual juried exhibition was a big success! Over 200 visitors came to view the work of 74 artists who produced 109 watercolor paintings.  Included in the show was “Beautiful Predator,” the painting of a lionfish by artist Kay Jackson of Bolivar, Missouri.

The exhibit continues through May 16 at the Creative Art Gallery located at 3232 Ivanhoe Avenue in St. Louis.  From May 22 to July 4, 2015 the exhibit will travel to the Jacoby Arts Center, 627 East Broadway in Alton, Illinois.

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Jackson in St. Louis Juried Show

April 15, 2015

THE SAINT LOUIS Watercolor Society’s 16th annual juried exhibition will open Friday, April 17 with a reception from 6 to 8 pm at the Creative Art Galley located at 3232 Ivanhoe Avenue in St. Louis, MO.  Awards will be presented at 7 pm.  Viewing of the show will continue until May 16, 2015.

Kay Jackson will be one of the artists with a painting on display!  Her work is of a Pterois, commonly known as a lionfish.  It is titled “Beautiful Predator.”

Following the exhibit in St. Louis, the show has been invited to travel to the Jacoby Arts Center, 627 East Broadway, in Alton, IL from May 22 to July 4, 2015.

Additional information is available by calling 314-645-4898, or by going to http://www.stlws.org.

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