Working Fine Artist since 1991, Andrew Jackson brings to the Outer Edge Studio, his 20 year experience of working with galleries, publishers, collectors, and Artists.
Previously the youngest gallery owner in Carmel by-the-Sea, CA, Andrew opened and ran his One-Man gallery from 1995 thru 1998. He worked as a color specialist, proofing and color correcting fine art Giclee prints, for Silvergraph Studios. Design credits include, the Color Wheel Co. “Grayscale and Value finder” and his self published “Intensity Wheel, a color mixing guide”.
Andrew and artist, David Choe have published 11 giclee print editions together that includes “City Girl” 150 that still remains one of Andrews favorite prints on the wall at home.
The American Tin Cannery
125 Ocean View Blvd Ste. 312B
Pacific Grove, CA
b. 1970 Anaheim, CA
To capture what a place feels like at night, this is how I am inspired to paint since the age of 19. More than half my life I have applied my best efforts and attention to seeing and translating light on to canvas.
At 20 I sought out mentors in Carmel-By-The-Sea, CA and was accepted and taken in by John Mason. I was given every opportunity to learn and show my art in his gallery, as well as taken under wing by many gallery owners and artists alike.
Willingness to learn and understanding of the value of these gifts was my education. The day came in my late 20’s, when I realized it was time to learn how to paint, not a collection of techniques, but a style of my own.
I closed my self-named studio/gallery, in Carmel, after 3 years and moved to New York to attend Art Students League in 1997. In 1999, I returned to Monterey.
Being fans of street art, my wife Sunshine Jackson and I opened Outer Edge Studio in 2004. The art form was new to the gallery setting and many of the artist were showing in this way for the first time. We wanted it to be the best gallery experience these artist would have. Word got out and the approval attracted the likes of Shepard Fairey, David Choe, BASK, and TES ONE.
We began publishing these artists, and I took a break from painting.
In 2012, I accepted a job as mentor at the Youth Arts Collective in Monterey. Learning by being mentored at age 19, and then giving this back to 14-22 year-olds, has been a real gift in my life. Through this I gave myself back to painting and allowed my creativity in new ways.
Sept-Nov, 2018 “Night Walk”
One man show at The Sunset Center, Marjorie Evans Gallery, Carmel, CA