“Sometimes I wish I could stop thinking about painting and creating; it’s constant . . . On the other hand, I suppose I’m darn fortunate I love what I do.”
Robert C. Jackson (b. 1964, Kinston, NC) worked as an electrical engineer and then as an assistant pastor before settling down to his full-time and fulfilling career as a contemporary still life artist.
Robert’s artwork can now be found exhibiting in galleries and museums coast to coast.
Learn more about the still life artist in this video (via Clarke Green):
Current and Upcoming Solo Shows:
Evansville Museum (Indiana), “Still Life Rebel,” on view through November 3, Artist in Residence
Gallery Henoch (New York), October 25–November 16