Aimee Young Jackson
(4) 6 3/8 x 8 7/8; gouache on paper; 1993
Aimee Young Jackson, mostly a painter, has exhibited throughout the Washington Metropolitan area for about 15 years. In the 80's, her work was shown at various regional galleries including the Corcoran (10+10+10 Washington Painting), the Montpelier Cultural Arts Center (Four Imagists), the Arlington Arts Center, the Addison/Ripley Gallery, and Gallery K. In 1989, she was one of 4 in "Environmental Impact: Artists and the Industrial Landscape", curated by Carol Wood for the McDonogh School in Baltimore. In 1992, her paintings were featured at a solo premiere exhibit of the former Mary Anne Reilly Gallery, Galleries 1054, in Georgetown. She participated in a 3-person show, "Simutaneous Realities, Modular Paintings" at the Rockville Art Place in 1994. Most recently, Jackson's work was shown in Gallery Okuda International, in Georgetown, in September 1997.
Jackson is currently self-represented. She is self employed as a professional custom picture framer and as the art director of Kalliope, a Journal of Women's Art.
A selection of Aimee Jackson's works
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