About the Exhibit
20/20 is the measurement of central Visual Acuity, in essence, the quantity of one’s vision. How much can one see?
In the year 2020, artist Poetry Jackson plans to exhibit a collection of original thought-provoking works of art. Her inspiration is pulled from symbols of solar lights, exploration of color theory, landscape depth and perception studies, and the physical eye itself. By combining Art, Poetry, and Science she gives to you, The 20/20 Visual Experiment.
On January 3, join the artist for Poetry and Projections, where she will be performing poetry as the art comes to life on the projector. She will perform a collection of poems inspired by the exhibit, creating a modern multidisciplinary experience with the images. There will be a concluding Q&A. This event is free and open to the public. RSVP is appreciated and is coming soon.
On January 4, Jackson will lead a painted meditations workshop hosted by the exhibiting artist wherein patrons will be instructed to create a landscape exploring visual depth and perception. This event is $27 per person. Registration will begin soon.
About the Artist
My collections are inspired by the books I read, the people I meet, the knowledge I have obtained, and the questions I seek. I use colors and symbols to convey abstract thoughts and emotions. I believe that through my Art I have the power to heal, inspire and enlighten. It feels like so much more than art to Me- I feel like I have been painting meditations. I have a deep passion for landscape art. I teach primarily landscape painting in my “Painted Meditations” adult and youth classes. The sky, water, and flowers all remind me to be patient and enjoy the cycles of life. They remind me to be grateful for my senses and that life is worth admiration.