Stewart Gallery

2230 West Main Street
ID 83702 Boise
United States
Phone : 208 571 5821
Mobile Ph. : 208 571 2413
Email : seffan@stewartgallery.com
URL : www.stewartgallery.com/welcome

Seffan Bune   (Gallery Assistant)
Stephanie Wilde   (co-owner)
Henry Jackson   (gallery assistant)
Melissa Klar   (Gallery Assistant)

About

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Henry G. Jackson Canopy Layer l
Jackson’s abstracted environments depict a natural world in turmoil and transformation. A recent artist residency to Central America brought Jackson to the rain forests of Costa Rica, a vast ecosystem of ever-changing forms and irreducible shapes. Jackson’s process of applying and eliminating layers of altered oil & ink-based media, allows the history of the work to peer through, as well as give him the ability to obliterate that history. Like the environment he observed, this elemental struggle of give and take lend to the works considerable depth and visual unrest.

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Henry G. Jackson Circulation
Jackson’s abstracted environments depict a natural world in turmoil and transformation. A recent artist residency to Central America brought Jackson to the rain forests of Costa Rica, a vast ecosystem of ever-changing forms and irreducible shapes. Jackson’s process of applying and eliminating layers of altered oil & ink-based media, allows the history of the work to peer through, as well as give him the ability to obliterate that history. Like the environment he observed, this elemental struggle of give and take lend to the works considerable depth and visual unrest.

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Henry G. Jackson Terrestrial
Jackson’s abstracted environments depict a natural world in turmoil and transformation. A recent artist residency to Central America brought Jackson to the rain forests of Costa Rica, a vast ecosystem of ever-changing forms and irreducible shapes. Jackson’s process of applying and eliminating layers of altered oil & ink-based media, allows the history of the work to peer through, as well as give him the ability to obliterate that history. Like the environment he observed, this elemental struggle of give and take lend to the works considerable depth and visual unrest.

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Stephanie Wilde Off Course
Off Course is part of (The Golden Bees) a seven-year project 2008 -2015. Wilde started these works with alarm, confusion, and the unbelievable group denial in response to the seriousness and consequences of the demise of the honeybee. During the time spent creating this work, the issue has become more visible and pressing, and the response to the problem has become much more serious. Our world is shifting its assessment of the use of pesticides, GMOs, and food consumption practices. The grass roots movement of the backyard beekeeper is encouraging, a symbol of our willingness to take personal action for our environmental future.

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Stephanie Wilde The Bee and Jupiter

When Wilde started the project in 2008, her intent was to create images depicting the disappearance of the Western Honeybee. The initial research and execution was one of discipline; she created long panels of bees in floral backgrounds, exploring the theme of bees in nature. Next, three bodies of work were completed: the Specimens, Observers, and Angels of Agriculture. The two hundred and sixteen Specimens are a disrupted colony; they are presented to the viewer as a scientific observation. Six observers, disconnected from the specimens, inhabit separate panels. Their thin lines represent the fragility of nature, and its susceptibility to be altered by our interactions. Thirty six Angels of Agriculture represent the casualties of the colony collapse disorder.
The study of the disappearance of the Western Honeybee is a body of work that addresses the environment, but it came as a natural progression of Wilde's past AIDS work. The disappearance of the honeybee and AIDS have a parallel, both are unresolved scientific challenges. AIDS has a growing impact on human lives. The disappearance of the Western Honeybee has the potential of a similar result.
When researching bees in terms of science, history, and literature for the Queen triptych, the project took on an additional element: man’s fascination with the bees. This fascination is evident throughout history, in civilizations as early as ancient Egypt. The images Hive, Hierarchy, and Humming shown as a triptych, represent man’s scientific interest in the complex nature of the colony. The structure of the bee colony reflects the importance of hierarchy in human society. In War and Peace, Leo Tolstoy describes the Russian cities as a bee hive and concludes, “The higher the human intellect rises in the discovery of these purposes, the more obvious it becomes that the ultimate purpose is beyond our comprehension. All that is accessible to man is the relation of the life of the bee to other manifestations of life.”
Tolstoy’s words are also appropriate in referencing the Sacred Bees, a triptych about the importance of the honeybee as a sacred symbol throughout time and cultures. The continuation of this project included the images of the Dance of the Bees, the Garden, Flower Specimens, and the Beekeepers all of which address the importance of the bees’ work in the natural world and our awareness of their plight and ours.

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Stephanie Wilde 2020 Vision / Blind leading the Blind

Murder of Crows is a series of work, which Wilde began in 2015, addressing the divides in our country- racial, religious, financial and political. These divisions have long existed as a way to pit men against one another, creating flock behavior of staying within one’s group. This isolation from outside thoughts can yield an atmosphere of fear and prejudice, obscuring the simplest and truest notions of humankind: freedom, justice, and hope. This body of work addresses the polarization in our country of race, religion, and political leanings with a historical reference to the pattern of prejudice. The title is a reference to flock behavior and the mob mentality that so often accompanies it.

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Henry G. Jackson Chirripo Winter
Jackson’s abstracted environments depict a natural world in turmoil and transformation. A recent artist residency to Central America brought Jackson to the rain forests of Costa Rica, a vast ecosystem of ever-changing forms and irreducible shapes. Jackson’s process of applying and eliminating layers of altered oil & ink-based media, allows the history of the work to peer through, as well as give him the ability to obliterate that history. Like the environment he observed, this elemental struggle of give and take lend to the works considerable depth and visual unrest.

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About the Artist

Jackson's recent paintings from his solo exhibition (In Place) , Stewart Gallery . These works are inspired by the ever-changing environment and his residency in Central America.

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Jackson’s abstracted environments depict a natural world in turmoil and transformation. A recent artist residency to Central America brought Jackson to the rain forests of Costa Rica, a vast ecosystem of ever-changing forms and irreducible shapes. Jackson’s process of applying and eliminating layers of altered oil & ink-based media, allows the history of the work to peer through, as well as give him the ability to obliterate that history. Like the environment he observed, this elemental struggle of give and take lend to the works considerable depth and visual unrest.
A San Francisco native and resident, Jackson studied fine art and environmental design at San Francisco State University and CCA, Oakland, CA. Jackson is a recipient of many awards including: Commission from The San Francisco Zoological Society and John & Michele McNellis, for “Red Ivory - A Kingdom Under Siege”, a large scale video & sound installation, San Francisco, CA; Commission from The San Francisco Zoological Society & The Bernard Osher Foundation, for “Kingdom Animalia”, a large scale video & sound installation, San Francisco, CA; Nathan Oliveira Fellowship Award, presented by MMG Foundation, San Francisco, CA; Full Fellowship Award, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson VT; Artist-in-Residency Award (first recipient), The San Francisco Zoological Society; Full Fellowship Award/Artist-in-residency at MACA, Monte Azul, Costa Rica.


Canopy Layer l 2021
oil based mixed media on panel


Henry Jackson

Solo Exhibitions

2021
In Place, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2019
Verdant, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2018
Sight Becomes Insight, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
Madagascar – World in Peril, large scale video & sound installation, S.F. Zoo, S.F. CA
2017
New Work, Orth Contemporary, Tulsa, OK
Red Ivory, large scale video & sound installation, The SF Zoological Society, S.F. CA
2016
Continuum, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
2015
Configuration, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID 2014 Halted in Transition, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
2013
New Work, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
2012
Kingdom Animalia, large scale video & sound installation. Funding awarded by The Bernard Osher Foundation, The San Francisco Zoological Society, S.F. CA
New Works, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2011
H.A.R.P., Selected works honoring the first recipient of the S.F. Zoo’s
Heritage Artist Residency Program. Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
2010
New Works, Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
2009
Fractured Form, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
New Works, 2009 residency at MACA, S.F. CA
2008
Descendants, Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
Introduction, work from 2007 residency, MACA, New York, NY
2007
New Work, Bonhams, New York, NY
New Work, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2006
Paintings & Drawings, Smith Andersen Editions, Palo Alto, CA
2005
New Paintings, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
2004
Raw, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
New Works, 1212 Gallery, Burlingame, CA
2002
Dualism, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
The Mutilated Figure, Gotham, London, UK
2001
Henry Jackson – West Coasting, Broadbent Gallery, London, UK
Origins, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
Amorphous, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1999
Elemental, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1998
New Figurative Work, Richard Witzel Gallery, S.F. CA
1997
The Expressive Figure, Museum Parc Gallery, S.F. CA


Group Exhibitions (selected)
2019
Art on Paper Fair, New York, represented by: Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2018
Seattle Art Fair, Seattle, WA, represented by: Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2017
Winter Exhibition, Orth Contemporary, Tulsa, OK
30th Anniversary Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Spectral Hues: Artists + Color, curator: Sharon Bliss, Palo Alto Art Center, Palo Alto, CA
2016
Lines, Annual works on paper exhibition, Stewart Gallery, ID
Art on Paper Fair, New York, 2-person exhibition, Stewart Gallery, NYC
2015
MMG Foundation, 3-person exhibition, Inaugural grand opening. S.F. CA
M.A. Doran Gallery, “Abstractly”, Tulsa, OK
Indigo Springs, Artist-In-Residence, 2-person exhibition in conjunction with Monte Azul, Costa Rica. Healdsburg, CA
ArtMRKT San Francisco International Art Fair, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
Art on Paper Fair, 2-person show, Pier 36, Sandra Lee Gallery, New York, NY
2014
Palm Springs International Art Fair, Palm Springs, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
2013
ArtMRKT San Francisco International Art Fair, Ft. Mason, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
Houston International Art Fair, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2012
Summer Salon, Paint, Seager Gray Gallery, Mill Valley, CA
S.F. International Fine Art Fair, Fort Mason, S.F. CA, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Dallas Art Fair, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Twenty Five, Celebrating Stewart Gallery’s 25th year, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2011
Affordable Art Group Show, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Dallas Art Fair, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2010
Clear Vision, Smith Andersen North, San Anselmo, CA
Art Chicago, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Art Chicago, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Inaugural Group Show, Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
2009
Art Miami, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
2008
New Selected Works, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
2007
Artists in Residence, MACA, New York, NY
ArtNow, Stewart Gallery, International Art Fair, Miami, FL
RedDot, MM Galleries, International Art Fair, Miami, FL
Figures, Donna Seager Gallery, San Rafael, CA
2006
New Works from the Gallery Collection, MM Galleries, S.F. CA
2005
Introductions – Recent Acquisitions, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Figures without Form: A Look Beneath the Skin, CFA Gallery, San Anselmo, CA
Looking Back & Seeing Forward, Charles Campbell Gallery, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Trillium Press, Brisbane, CA
SF International Art Expo, CFA Gallery, San Rafael, CA
2004
New Works, Trillium Press, Brisbane, CA
West Coasting, Conduit Gallery, Dallas, TX
In the Summer Haley Martin Gallery, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Trillium Press, Brisbane, CA
2003
00-01-02-03: A New Century of Art, Trillium Press, S.F. CA
Coast to Coast, Lecture Series, de Baun Center, Stevens Institute of Technology, NJ
Paint Junkies, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Beginnings, LIMN Gallery – Ligne Roset, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Michael Martin Galleries, CA
2002
Selected Gallery Artists (catalogue), Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Works on Paper, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
2001
‘Tis the Reason, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Lines, Gotham, London, UK
Recent Projects, Smith Andersen Editions, Palo Alto, CA
New Acquisitions, Craighead-Green Gallery, Dallas, TX
2000
Fall, Michael Martin Galleries / London, London, UK
Introductions, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
Selections from the Gallery Collection, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1999
Full Fellowship Exhibition, Red Mill Gallery, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
Introductions & Dialogue, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
New Works, Toomey-Tourell Gallery, S.F. CA
1998
CAFE, Multi-Disciplinary Exhibition and Concept, LIMN Gallery, S.F. CA
1997
Introductions, Richard Witzel Gallery, S.F. CA
New Figurative Works, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Benefit for SF Camerata Americana, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1996

Recent work from solo exhibition (In Place) Stewart Gallery.

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Jackson’s abstracted environments depict a natural world in turmoil and transformation. A recent artist residency to Central America brought Jackson to the rain forests of Costa Rica, a vast ecosystem of ever-changing forms and irreducible shapes. Jackson’s process of applying and eliminating layers of altered oil & ink-based media, allows the history of the work to peer through, as well as give him the ability to obliterate that history. Like the environment he observed, this elemental struggle of give and take lend to the works considerable depth and visual unrest.
A San Francisco native and resident, Jackson studied fine art and environmental design at San Francisco State University and CCA, Oakland, CA. Jackson is a recipient of many awards including: Commission from The San Francisco Zoological Society and John & Michele McNellis, for “Red Ivory - A Kingdom Under Siege”, a large scale video & sound installation, San Francisco, CA; Commission from The San Francisco Zoological Society & The Bernard Osher Foundation, for “Kingdom Animalia”, a large scale video & sound installation, San Francisco, CA; Nathan Oliveira Fellowship Award, presented by MMG Foundation, San Francisco, CA; Full Fellowship Award, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson VT; Artist-in-Residency Award (first recipient), The San Francisco Zoological Society; Full Fellowship Award/Artist-in-residency at MACA, Monte Azul, Costa Rica.


Circulation 2021
oil based mixed media on panel
48" x 48"


Henry Jackson

Solo Exhibitions

2021
In Place, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2019
Verdant, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2018
Sight Becomes Insight, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
Madagascar – World in Peril, large scale video & sound installation, S.F. Zoo, S.F. CA
2017
New Work, Orth Contemporary, Tulsa, OK
Red Ivory, large scale video & sound installation, The SF Zoological Society, S.F. CA
2016
Continuum, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
2015
Configuration, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID 2014 Halted in Transition, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
2013
New Work, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
2012
Kingdom Animalia, large scale video & sound installation. Funding awarded by The Bernard Osher Foundation, The San Francisco Zoological Society, S.F. CA
New Works, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2011
H.A.R.P., Selected works honoring the first recipient of the S.F. Zoo’s
Heritage Artist Residency Program. Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
2010
New Works, Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
2009
Fractured Form, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
New Works, 2009 residency at MACA, S.F. CA
2008
Descendants, Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
Introduction, work from 2007 residency, MACA, New York, NY
2007
New Work, Bonhams, New York, NY
New Work, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2006
Paintings & Drawings, Smith Andersen Editions, Palo Alto, CA
2005
New Paintings, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
2004
Raw, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
New Works, 1212 Gallery, Burlingame, CA
2002
Dualism, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
The Mutilated Figure, Gotham, London, UK
2001
Henry Jackson – West Coasting, Broadbent Gallery, London, UK
Origins, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
Amorphous, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1999
Elemental, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1998
New Figurative Work, Richard Witzel Gallery, S.F. CA
1997
The Expressive Figure, Museum Parc Gallery, S.F. CA


Group Exhibitions (selected)
2019
Art on Paper Fair, New York, represented by: Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2018
Seattle Art Fair, Seattle, WA, represented by: Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2017
Winter Exhibition, Orth Contemporary, Tulsa, OK
30th Anniversary Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Spectral Hues: Artists + Color, curator: Sharon Bliss, Palo Alto Art Center, Palo Alto, CA
2016
Lines, Annual works on paper exhibition, Stewart Gallery, ID
Art on Paper Fair, New York, 2-person exhibition, Stewart Gallery, NYC
2015
MMG Foundation, 3-person exhibition, Inaugural grand opening. S.F. CA
M.A. Doran Gallery, “Abstractly”, Tulsa, OK
Indigo Springs, Artist-In-Residence, 2-person exhibition in conjunction with Monte Azul, Costa Rica. Healdsburg, CA
ArtMRKT San Francisco International Art Fair, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
Art on Paper Fair, 2-person show, Pier 36, Sandra Lee Gallery, New York, NY
2014
Palm Springs International Art Fair, Palm Springs, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
2013
ArtMRKT San Francisco International Art Fair, Ft. Mason, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
Houston International Art Fair, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2012
Summer Salon, Paint, Seager Gray Gallery, Mill Valley, CA
S.F. International Fine Art Fair, Fort Mason, S.F. CA, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Dallas Art Fair, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Twenty Five, Celebrating Stewart Gallery’s 25th year, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2011
Affordable Art Group Show, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Dallas Art Fair, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2010
Clear Vision, Smith Andersen North, San Anselmo, CA
Art Chicago, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Art Chicago, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Inaugural Group Show, Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
2009
Art Miami, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
2008
New Selected Works, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
2007
Artists in Residence, MACA, New York, NY
ArtNow, Stewart Gallery, International Art Fair, Miami, FL
RedDot, MM Galleries, International Art Fair, Miami, FL
Figures, Donna Seager Gallery, San Rafael, CA
2006
New Works from the Gallery Collection, MM Galleries, S.F. CA
2005
Introductions – Recent Acquisitions, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Figures without Form: A Look Beneath the Skin, CFA Gallery, San Anselmo, CA
Looking Back & Seeing Forward, Charles Campbell Gallery, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Trillium Press, Brisbane, CA
SF International Art Expo, CFA Gallery, San Rafael, CA
2004
New Works, Trillium Press, Brisbane, CA
West Coasting, Conduit Gallery, Dallas, TX
In the Summer Haley Martin Gallery, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Trillium Press, Brisbane, CA
2003
00-01-02-03: A New Century of Art, Trillium Press, S.F. CA
Coast to Coast, Lecture Series, de Baun Center, Stevens Institute of Technology, NJ
Paint Junkies, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Beginnings, LIMN Gallery – Ligne Roset, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Michael Martin Galleries, CA
2002
Selected Gallery Artists (catalogue), Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Works on Paper, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
2001
‘Tis the Reason, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Lines, Gotham, London, UK
Recent Projects, Smith Andersen Editions, Palo Alto, CA
New Acquisitions, Craighead-Green Gallery, Dallas, TX
2000
Fall, Michael Martin Galleries / London, London, UK
Introductions, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
Selections from the Gallery Collection, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1999
Full Fellowship Exhibition, Red Mill Gallery, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
Introductions & Dialogue, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
New Works, Toomey-Tourell Gallery, S.F. CA
1998
CAFE, Multi-Disciplinary Exhibition and Concept, LIMN Gallery, S.F. CA
1997
Introductions, Richard Witzel Gallery, S.F. CA
New Figurative Works, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Benefit for SF Camerata Americana, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1996

Jackson's recent paintings from his solo exhibition (In Place) Stewart Gallery 2021.

More info
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Jackson’s abstracted environments depict a natural world in turmoil and transformation. A recent artist residency to Central America brought Jackson to the rain forests of Costa Rica, a vast ecosystem of ever-changing forms and irreducible shapes. Jackson’s process of applying and eliminating layers of altered oil & ink-based media, allows the history of the work to peer through, as well as give him the ability to obliterate that history. Like the environment he observed, this elemental struggle of give and take lend to the works considerable depth and visual unrest.
A San Francisco native and resident, Jackson studied fine art and environmental design at San Francisco State University and CCA, Oakland, CA. Jackson is a recipient of many awards including: Commission from The San Francisco Zoological Society and John & Michele McNellis, for “Red Ivory - A Kingdom Under Siege”, a large scale video & sound installation, San Francisco, CA; Commission from The San Francisco Zoological Society & The Bernard Osher Foundation, for “Kingdom Animalia”, a large scale video & sound installation, San Francisco, CA; Nathan Oliveira Fellowship Award, presented by MMG Foundation, San Francisco, CA; Full Fellowship Award, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson VT; Artist-in-Residency Award (first recipient), The San Francisco Zoological Society; Full Fellowship Award/Artist-in-residency at MACA, Monte Azul, Costa Rica.


Terrestrial 2021
oil based mixed media on panel
48" x 60





Henry Jackson

Solo Exhibitions

2021
In Place, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2019
Verdant, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2018
Sight Becomes Insight, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
Madagascar – World in Peril, large scale video & sound installation, S.F. Zoo, S.F. CA
2017
New Work, Orth Contemporary, Tulsa, OK
Red Ivory, large scale video & sound installation, The SF Zoological Society, S.F. CA
2016
Continuum, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
2015
Configuration, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID 2014 Halted in Transition, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
2013
New Work, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
2012
Kingdom Animalia, large scale video & sound installation. Funding awarded by The Bernard Osher Foundation, The San Francisco Zoological Society, S.F. CA
New Works, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2011
H.A.R.P., Selected works honoring the first recipient of the S.F. Zoo’s
Heritage Artist Residency Program. Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
2010
New Works, Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
2009
Fractured Form, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
New Works, 2009 residency at MACA, S.F. CA
2008
Descendants, Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
Introduction, work from 2007 residency, MACA, New York, NY
2007
New Work, Bonhams, New York, NY
New Work, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2006
Paintings & Drawings, Smith Andersen Editions, Palo Alto, CA
2005
New Paintings, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
2004
Raw, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
New Works, 1212 Gallery, Burlingame, CA
2002
Dualism, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
The Mutilated Figure, Gotham, London, UK
2001
Henry Jackson – West Coasting, Broadbent Gallery, London, UK
Origins, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
Amorphous, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1999
Elemental, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1998
New Figurative Work, Richard Witzel Gallery, S.F. CA
1997
The Expressive Figure, Museum Parc Gallery, S.F. CA


Group Exhibitions (selected)
2019
Art on Paper Fair, New York, represented by: Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2018
Seattle Art Fair, Seattle, WA, represented by: Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2017
Winter Exhibition, Orth Contemporary, Tulsa, OK
30th Anniversary Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Spectral Hues: Artists + Color, curator: Sharon Bliss, Palo Alto Art Center, Palo Alto, CA
2016
Lines, Annual works on paper exhibition, Stewart Gallery, ID
Art on Paper Fair, New York, 2-person exhibition, Stewart Gallery, NYC
2015
MMG Foundation, 3-person exhibition, Inaugural grand opening. S.F. CA
M.A. Doran Gallery, “Abstractly”, Tulsa, OK
Indigo Springs, Artist-In-Residence, 2-person exhibition in conjunction with Monte Azul, Costa Rica. Healdsburg, CA
ArtMRKT San Francisco International Art Fair, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
Art on Paper Fair, 2-person show, Pier 36, Sandra Lee Gallery, New York, NY
2014
Palm Springs International Art Fair, Palm Springs, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
2013
ArtMRKT San Francisco International Art Fair, Ft. Mason, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
Houston International Art Fair, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2012
Summer Salon, Paint, Seager Gray Gallery, Mill Valley, CA
S.F. International Fine Art Fair, Fort Mason, S.F. CA, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Dallas Art Fair, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Twenty Five, Celebrating Stewart Gallery’s 25th year, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2011
Affordable Art Group Show, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Dallas Art Fair, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2010
Clear Vision, Smith Andersen North, San Anselmo, CA
Art Chicago, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Art Chicago, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Inaugural Group Show, Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
2009
Art Miami, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
2008
New Selected Works, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
2007
Artists in Residence, MACA, New York, NY
ArtNow, Stewart Gallery, International Art Fair, Miami, FL
RedDot, MM Galleries, International Art Fair, Miami, FL
Figures, Donna Seager Gallery, San Rafael, CA
2006
New Works from the Gallery Collection, MM Galleries, S.F. CA
2005
Introductions – Recent Acquisitions, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Figures without Form: A Look Beneath the Skin, CFA Gallery, San Anselmo, CA
Looking Back & Seeing Forward, Charles Campbell Gallery, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Trillium Press, Brisbane, CA
SF International Art Expo, CFA Gallery, San Rafael, CA
2004
New Works, Trillium Press, Brisbane, CA
West Coasting, Conduit Gallery, Dallas, TX
In the Summer Haley Martin Gallery, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Trillium Press, Brisbane, CA
2003
00-01-02-03: A New Century of Art, Trillium Press, S.F. CA
Coast to Coast, Lecture Series, de Baun Center, Stevens Institute of Technology, NJ
Paint Junkies, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Beginnings, LIMN Gallery – Ligne Roset, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Michael Martin Galleries, CA
2002
Selected Gallery Artists (catalogue), Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Works on Paper, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
2001
‘Tis the Reason, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Lines, Gotham, London, UK
Recent Projects, Smith Andersen Editions, Palo Alto, CA
New Acquisitions, Craighead-Green Gallery, Dallas, TX
2000
Fall, Michael Martin Galleries / London, London, UK
Introductions, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
Selections from the Gallery Collection, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1999
Full Fellowship Exhibition, Red Mill Gallery, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
Introductions & Dialogue, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
New Works, Toomey-Tourell Gallery, S.F. CA
1998
CAFE, Multi-Disciplinary Exhibition and Concept, LIMN Gallery, S.F. CA
1997
Introductions, Richard Witzel Gallery, S.F. CA
New Figurative Works, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Benefit for SF Camerata Americana, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1996

Off Course is a painting representing the honeybee not navigating properly to return to the hive.

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Artist: Stephanie Wilde

Over four decades Wilde has created works of art that tell stories of our shared humanity, individual dignity, and the imperiled environment. In creating series on such themes, Wilde is a seeker of rarefied moments in which the visual arts transfigure facts, figures, and political rhetoric, making of them universal statements that appeal to the senses, emotion, and logic.

Her approach to each project is painstakingly methodical, starting with research supported by scientific, historical, and literary sources, while relying on symbolism and historical context to inform a complex narrative. Wilde’s technique, incorporates ink, acrylic, gesso, and gold leaf in a combination of both painting and drawing.

Wilde received an Artist in Residency Fellowship, Monte Azul, Costa Rica, 2022. Alexa Rose Foundation Artist Grant, Boise, Idaho 2020. Djerassi Resident Artist program, Woodside California in 2017, and a Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, New York, New York for painting in 2015. In 2002 she was awarded the Governor’s Award for Artistic Excellence in the Arts and in 1999 a Mayor’s Award for Artistic Excellence from the State of Idaho. She has received three Regional Fellowships from the National Endowment of the Arts. Wilde received a Work Site grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, 1994 to work at the printmaker’s studio in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Her work for the past seven years (Murder of Crows) which is the subject of flock behavior and its continuing prevailing divisiveness. Selected works from this project Stewart Gallery will present 2015-2021, along with chosen works from the (Golden Bee Project) Wilde’s first environmental body of work, 2008-2015.


Off Course. 2014
ink, acrylic and gold leaf on museum board
27" x 27"


STEPHANIE WILDE
SELECTED ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2022 Murder of Crows, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2020 Windows, Crossing Art, New York, New York
2019 Introspective, Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
2019 Precious Air, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2018 Murder of Crows, Forum Gallery, New York, New York 2016 Paramnesia, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2014 Metro Curates, New York, New York
2013 The Golden Bees, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2012 Going, Going, Gone, AMG Gallery, Santa Monica, California
2011 The Golden Bees, Prichard Gallery, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
2010 The Golden Bees, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2009 Harmed, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
2008 Half a Life, Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, California
2007 Harmed, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley, Idaho
2006 Half a Life, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2005 Veneers, Argazzi Art Gallery, Lakeville, Connecticut
2004 Veneers, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2003 I’m a 950 but want to be 1000, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2001 Aids New Works, Botanica Fine Art, Bozeman, Montana
2000 Small Wonders, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1999 Possessed by the Furies, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
1998 Possessed by the Furies, Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
1997 The Human Condition, Evolving Space Gallery, San Francisco, California 1996 Celtic Works, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1995 A System of Divination, Memory Grove Installation, Salt Lake City, Utah 1994 Recent Works, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1993 Art in the Age of the Plague, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach,California
1990 AIDS in Africa, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1989 AIDS in Relationship to the Black Plague, Missoula Museum of Fine Art, Montana
1989 AIDS in Relationship to the Black Plague, Boise State University, Boise,
Idaho
1987 Recent Works, Springville Museum of Art, Springville, Utah
1986 Stephanie Wilde, Harris Fine Art Museum, Brigham Young University,
Provo, Utah
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2020 Works on Paper, Stewart Gallery, Boise Idaho
2019 Winter, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2019 Natural History, Forum Gallery, New York, New York
2018 Winter Group Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2017 30 Years 30 Artists Anniversary Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2017 Seeing With Our Own Eyes, Forum Gallery, New York, New York
2017 Self Taught, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2016 20/21 Visionary Artists of the 21st Century, Forum Gallery, New York, New York
2015 Nature Abound, Forum Gallery, New York, New York
2014 10 Artists 48 Days, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2013 Fall Group Exhibition, Heather James Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming, Palm Desert, California
2013 We Could Be Heroes, Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Provo, Utah
2013 Swarm, Lotus land, Santa Barbara, California
2013 Winfield Gallery, Carmel, California
2012 Open to Interpretation, Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
2012 Twenty-Five, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2011 New Acquisitions: Prints, New York Public Library, New York, New York
2010 Inaugural Exhibition, Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, Washington
2009 Los Angeles Art Show, Los Angeles, California
2008 Blacklisted, Carl Cherry Center for the Arts, Carmel, California
2008 20/20, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2007 Art Now, Miami, Florida
2006 Spring Group Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2005 A Day in May, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2004 Winter Exhibition, Argazzi Art, Lakeville, Connecticut
2001 A Day in May, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1999 Winter Group Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1998 Form and Function, Evolving Space Gallery, San Francisco, California
1997 The Uncommon Book, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley, Idaho
1996-97 Winter Group Exhibition, Evolving Space, San Francisco, California
1993 Artist and Eccentric Book on AIDS, Hemingway Center, Boise State
University Boise, Idaho
1992 Fellowship Award Winners, The Sun Valley Center for the Arts and
Humanities, Sun Valley, Idaho

The Bee and Jupiter is one of the works from the Golden Bee Project, 2008-2015. These pieces were created by the artist representing the disappearance of the western honey bee, over a seven year period.

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Artist: Stephanie Wilde

Over four decades Wilde has created works of art that tell stories of our shared humanity, individual dignity, and the imperiled environment. In creating series on such themes, Wilde is a seeker of rarefied moments in which the visual arts transfigure facts, figures, and political rhetoric, making of them universal statements that appeal to the senses, emotion, and logic.

Her approach to each project is painstakingly methodical, starting with research supported by scientific, historical, and literary sources, while relying on symbolism and historical context to inform a complex narrative. Wilde’s technique, incorporates ink, acrylic, gesso, and gold leaf in a combination of both painting and drawing.

Wilde received an Artist in Residency Fellowship, Monte Azul, Costa Rica, 2022. Alexa Rose Foundation Artist Grant, Boise, Idaho 2020. Djerassi Resident Artist program, Woodside California in 2017, and a Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, New York, New York for painting in 2015. In 2002 she was awarded the Governor’s Award for Artistic Excellence in the Arts and in 1999 a Mayor’s Award for Artistic Excellence from the State of Idaho. She has received three Regional Fellowships from the National Endowment of the Arts. Wilde received a Work Site grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, 1994 to work at the printmaker’s studio in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Her work for the past seven years (Murder of Crows) which is the subject of flock behavior and its continuing prevailing divisiveness. Selected works from this project Stewart Gallery will present 2015-2021, along with chosen works from the (Golden Bee Project) Wilde’s first environmental body of work, 2008-2015.


The Bee and Jupiter 2013
ink, acrylic and gold leaf on museum board
27" x 27"


STEPHANIE WILDE
SELECTED ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2022 Murder of Crows, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2020 Windows, Crossing Art, New York, New York
2019 Introspective, Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
2019 Precious Air, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2018 Murder of Crows, Forum Gallery, New York, New York 2016 Paramnesia, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2014 Metro Curates, New York, New York
2013 The Golden Bees, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2012 Going, Going, Gone, AMG Gallery, Santa Monica, California
2011 The Golden Bees, Prichard Gallery, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
2010 The Golden Bees, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2009 Harmed, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
2008 Half a Life, Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, California
2007 Harmed, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley, Idaho
2006 Half a Life, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2005 Veneers, Argazzi Art Gallery, Lakeville, Connecticut
2004 Veneers, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2003 I’m a 950 but want to be 1000, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2001 Aids New Works, Botanica Fine Art, Bozeman, Montana
2000 Small Wonders, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1999 Possessed by the Furies, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
1998 Possessed by the Furies, Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
1997 The Human Condition, Evolving Space Gallery, San Francisco, California 1996 Celtic Works, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1995 A System of Divination, Memory Grove Installation, Salt Lake City, Utah 1994 Recent Works, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1993 Art in the Age of the Plague, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach,California
1990 AIDS in Africa, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1989 AIDS in Relationship to the Black Plague, Missoula Museum of Fine Art, Montana
1989 AIDS in Relationship to the Black Plague, Boise State University, Boise,
Idaho
1987 Recent Works, Springville Museum of Art, Springville, Utah
1986 Stephanie Wilde, Harris Fine Art Museum, Brigham Young University,
Provo, Utah
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2020 Works on Paper, Stewart Gallery, Boise Idaho
2019 Winter, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2019 Natural History, Forum Gallery, New York, New York
2018 Winter Group Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2017 30 Years 30 Artists Anniversary Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2017 Seeing With Our Own Eyes, Forum Gallery, New York, New York
2017 Self Taught, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2016 20/21 Visionary Artists of the 21st Century, Forum Gallery, New York, New York
2015 Nature Abound, Forum Gallery, New York, New York
2014 10 Artists 48 Days, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2013 Fall Group Exhibition, Heather James Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming, Palm Desert, California
2013 We Could Be Heroes, Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Provo, Utah
2013 Swarm, Lotus land, Santa Barbara, California
2013 Winfield Gallery, Carmel, California
2012 Open to Interpretation, Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
2012 Twenty-Five, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2011 New Acquisitions: Prints, New York Public Library, New York, New York
2010 Inaugural Exhibition, Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, Washington
2009 Los Angeles Art Show, Los Angeles, California
2008 Blacklisted, Carl Cherry Center for the Arts, Carmel, California
2008 20/20, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2007 Art Now, Miami, Florida
2006 Spring Group Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2005 A Day in May, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2004 Winter Exhibition, Argazzi Art, Lakeville, Connecticut
2001 A Day in May, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1999 Winter Group Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1998 Form and Function, Evolving Space Gallery, San Francisco, California
1997 The Uncommon Book, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley, Idaho
1996-97 Winter Group Exhibition, Evolving Space, San Francisco, California
1993 Artist and Eccentric Book on AIDS, Hemingway Center, Boise State
University Boise, Idaho
1992 Fellowship Award Winners, The Sun Valley Center for the Arts and
Humanities, Sun Valley, Idaho

2020 Vision / Blind leading the Blind painting reflects the divides and misinformation feed from media, Politicians and the internet. The piece is one of the last from the body of work
(Murder of Crows

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Artist: Stephanie Wilde

Over four decades Wilde has created works of art that tell stories of our shared humanity, individual dignity, and the imperiled environment. In creating series on such themes, Wilde is a seeker of rarefied moments in which the visual arts transfigure facts, figures, and political rhetoric, making of them universal statements that appeal to the senses, emotion, and logic.

Her approach to each project is painstakingly methodical, starting with research supported by scientific, historical, and literary sources, while relying on symbolism and historical context to inform a complex narrative. Wilde’s technique, incorporates ink, acrylic, gesso, and gold leaf in a combination of both painting and drawing.

Wilde received an Artist in Residency Fellowship, Monte Azul, Costa Rica, 2022. Alexa Rose Foundation Artist Grant, Boise, Idaho 2020. Djerassi Resident Artist program, Woodside California in 2017, and a Joan Mitchell Foundation Grant, New York, New York for painting in 2015. In 2002 she was awarded the Governor’s Award for Artistic Excellence in the Arts and in 1999 a Mayor’s Award for Artistic Excellence from the State of Idaho. She has received three Regional Fellowships from the National Endowment of the Arts. Wilde received a Work Site grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, 1994 to work at the printmaker’s studio in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Her work for the past seven years (Murder of Crows) which is the subject of flock behavior and its continuing prevailing divisiveness. Selected works from this project Stewart Gallery will present 2015-2021, along with chosen works from the (Golden Bee Project) Wilde’s first environmental body of work, 2008-2015.


2020 Vision / Blind leading the Blind 2020-2021
ink, acrylic, gesso and gold leaf on museum board
30" x 30"


STEPHANIE WILDE
SELECTED ONE PERSON EXHIBITIONS
2022 Murder of Crows, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2020 Windows, Crossing Art, New York, New York
2019 Introspective, Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
2019 Precious Air, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2018 Murder of Crows, Forum Gallery, New York, New York 2016 Paramnesia, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2014 Metro Curates, New York, New York
2013 The Golden Bees, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2012 Going, Going, Gone, AMG Gallery, Santa Monica, California
2011 The Golden Bees, Prichard Gallery, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho
2010 The Golden Bees, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2009 Harmed, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
2008 Half a Life, Fresno Art Museum, Fresno, California
2007 Harmed, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley, Idaho
2006 Half a Life, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2005 Veneers, Argazzi Art Gallery, Lakeville, Connecticut
2004 Veneers, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2003 I’m a 950 but want to be 1000, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2001 Aids New Works, Botanica Fine Art, Bozeman, Montana
2000 Small Wonders, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1999 Possessed by the Furies, Salt Lake Art Center, Salt Lake City, Utah
1998 Possessed by the Furies, Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
1997 The Human Condition, Evolving Space Gallery, San Francisco, California 1996 Celtic Works, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1995 A System of Divination, Memory Grove Installation, Salt Lake City, Utah 1994 Recent Works, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1993 Art in the Age of the Plague, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach,California
1990 AIDS in Africa, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1989 AIDS in Relationship to the Black Plague, Missoula Museum of Fine Art, Montana
1989 AIDS in Relationship to the Black Plague, Boise State University, Boise,
Idaho
1987 Recent Works, Springville Museum of Art, Springville, Utah
1986 Stephanie Wilde, Harris Fine Art Museum, Brigham Young University,
Provo, Utah
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2020 Works on Paper, Stewart Gallery, Boise Idaho
2019 Winter, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2019 Natural History, Forum Gallery, New York, New York
2018 Winter Group Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2017 30 Years 30 Artists Anniversary Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2017 Seeing With Our Own Eyes, Forum Gallery, New York, New York
2017 Self Taught, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2016 20/21 Visionary Artists of the 21st Century, Forum Gallery, New York, New York
2015 Nature Abound, Forum Gallery, New York, New York
2014 10 Artists 48 Days, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2013 Fall Group Exhibition, Heather James Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming, Palm Desert, California
2013 We Could Be Heroes, Brigham Young University Museum of Art, Provo, Utah
2013 Swarm, Lotus land, Santa Barbara, California
2013 Winfield Gallery, Carmel, California
2012 Open to Interpretation, Boise Art Museum, Boise, Idaho
2012 Twenty-Five, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2011 New Acquisitions: Prints, New York Public Library, New York, New York
2010 Inaugural Exhibition, Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, Washington
2009 Los Angeles Art Show, Los Angeles, California
2008 Blacklisted, Carl Cherry Center for the Arts, Carmel, California
2008 20/20, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2007 Art Now, Miami, Florida
2006 Spring Group Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2005 A Day in May, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2004 Winter Exhibition, Argazzi Art, Lakeville, Connecticut
2001 A Day in May, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1999 Winter Group Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
1998 Form and Function, Evolving Space Gallery, San Francisco, California
1997 The Uncommon Book, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Sun Valley, Idaho
1996-97 Winter Group Exhibition, Evolving Space, San Francisco, California
1993 Artist and Eccentric Book on AIDS, Hemingway Center, Boise State
University Boise, Idaho
1992 Fellowship Award Winners, The Sun Valley Center for the Arts and
Humanities, Sun Valley, Idaho

Chirripo Winter is a painting that was created for Jackson's solo exhibition (In Place) 2021 , Stewart Gallery. This body of work is Jackson response to our changing environment.

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Jackson’s abstracted environments depict a natural world in turmoil and transformation. A recent artist residency to Central America brought Jackson to the rain forests of Costa Rica, a vast ecosystem of ever-changing forms and irreducible shapes. Jackson’s process of applying and eliminating layers of altered oil & ink-based media, allows the history of the work to peer through, as well as give him the ability to obliterate that history. Like the environment he observed, this elemental struggle of give and take lend to the works considerable depth and visual unrest.
A San Francisco native and resident, Jackson studied fine art and environmental design at San Francisco State University and CCA, Oakland, CA. Jackson is a recipient of many awards including: Commission from The San Francisco Zoological Society and John & Michele McNellis, for “Red Ivory - A Kingdom Under Siege”, a large scale video & sound installation, San Francisco, CA; Commission from The San Francisco Zoological Society & The Bernard Osher Foundation, for “Kingdom Animalia”, a large scale video & sound installation, San Francisco, CA; Nathan Oliveira Fellowship Award, presented by MMG Foundation, San Francisco, CA; Full Fellowship Award, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson VT; Artist-in-Residency Award (first recipient), The San Francisco Zoological Society; Full Fellowship Award/Artist-in-residency at MACA, Monte Azul, Costa Rica.


Chirripo Winter 2021
oil based mixed media on panel
36" x 36"


Henry Jackson

Solo Exhibitions

2021
In Place, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2019
Verdant, Stewart Gallery, Boise, Idaho
2018
Sight Becomes Insight, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
Madagascar – World in Peril, large scale video & sound installation, S.F. Zoo, S.F. CA
2017
New Work, Orth Contemporary, Tulsa, OK
Red Ivory, large scale video & sound installation, The SF Zoological Society, S.F. CA
2016
Continuum, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
2015
Configuration, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID 2014 Halted in Transition, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM
2013
New Work, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
2012
Kingdom Animalia, large scale video & sound installation. Funding awarded by The Bernard Osher Foundation, The San Francisco Zoological Society, S.F. CA
New Works, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2011
H.A.R.P., Selected works honoring the first recipient of the S.F. Zoo’s
Heritage Artist Residency Program. Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
2010
New Works, Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
2009
Fractured Form, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
New Works, 2009 residency at MACA, S.F. CA
2008
Descendants, Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
Introduction, work from 2007 residency, MACA, New York, NY
2007
New Work, Bonhams, New York, NY
New Work, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2006
Paintings & Drawings, Smith Andersen Editions, Palo Alto, CA
2005
New Paintings, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
2004
Raw, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
New Works, 1212 Gallery, Burlingame, CA
2002
Dualism, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
The Mutilated Figure, Gotham, London, UK
2001
Henry Jackson – West Coasting, Broadbent Gallery, London, UK
Origins, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
Amorphous, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1999
Elemental, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1998
New Figurative Work, Richard Witzel Gallery, S.F. CA
1997
The Expressive Figure, Museum Parc Gallery, S.F. CA


Group Exhibitions (selected)
2019
Art on Paper Fair, New York, represented by: Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2018
Seattle Art Fair, Seattle, WA, represented by: Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2017
Winter Exhibition, Orth Contemporary, Tulsa, OK
30th Anniversary Exhibition, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Spectral Hues: Artists + Color, curator: Sharon Bliss, Palo Alto Art Center, Palo Alto, CA
2016
Lines, Annual works on paper exhibition, Stewart Gallery, ID
Art on Paper Fair, New York, 2-person exhibition, Stewart Gallery, NYC
2015
MMG Foundation, 3-person exhibition, Inaugural grand opening. S.F. CA
M.A. Doran Gallery, “Abstractly”, Tulsa, OK
Indigo Springs, Artist-In-Residence, 2-person exhibition in conjunction with Monte Azul, Costa Rica. Healdsburg, CA
ArtMRKT San Francisco International Art Fair, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
Art on Paper Fair, 2-person show, Pier 36, Sandra Lee Gallery, New York, NY
2014
Palm Springs International Art Fair, Palm Springs, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
2013
ArtMRKT San Francisco International Art Fair, Ft. Mason, Sandra Lee Gallery, S.F. CA
Houston International Art Fair, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2012
Summer Salon, Paint, Seager Gray Gallery, Mill Valley, CA
S.F. International Fine Art Fair, Fort Mason, S.F. CA, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Dallas Art Fair, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Twenty Five, Celebrating Stewart Gallery’s 25th year, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2011
Affordable Art Group Show, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Dallas Art Fair, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
2010
Clear Vision, Smith Andersen North, San Anselmo, CA
Art Chicago, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
Art Chicago, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Inaugural Group Show, Cain-Schulte Gallery, S.F. CA
2009
Art Miami, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
2008
New Selected Works, Zane Bennett Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
2007
Artists in Residence, MACA, New York, NY
ArtNow, Stewart Gallery, International Art Fair, Miami, FL
RedDot, MM Galleries, International Art Fair, Miami, FL
Figures, Donna Seager Gallery, San Rafael, CA
2006
New Works from the Gallery Collection, MM Galleries, S.F. CA
2005
Introductions – Recent Acquisitions, Stewart Gallery, Boise, ID
Figures without Form: A Look Beneath the Skin, CFA Gallery, San Anselmo, CA
Looking Back & Seeing Forward, Charles Campbell Gallery, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Trillium Press, Brisbane, CA
SF International Art Expo, CFA Gallery, San Rafael, CA
2004
New Works, Trillium Press, Brisbane, CA
West Coasting, Conduit Gallery, Dallas, TX
In the Summer Haley Martin Gallery, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Trillium Press, Brisbane, CA
2003
00-01-02-03: A New Century of Art, Trillium Press, S.F. CA
Coast to Coast, Lecture Series, de Baun Center, Stevens Institute of Technology, NJ
Paint Junkies, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Beginnings, LIMN Gallery – Ligne Roset, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Michael Martin Galleries, CA
2002
Selected Gallery Artists (catalogue), Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
SF International Art Expo, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Works on Paper, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
2001
‘Tis the Reason, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Lines, Gotham, London, UK
Recent Projects, Smith Andersen Editions, Palo Alto, CA
New Acquisitions, Craighead-Green Gallery, Dallas, TX
2000
Fall, Michael Martin Galleries / London, London, UK
Introductions, Bryant Street Gallery, Palo Alto, CA
Selections from the Gallery Collection, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1999
Full Fellowship Exhibition, Red Mill Gallery, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
Introductions & Dialogue, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
New Works, Toomey-Tourell Gallery, S.F. CA
1998
CAFE, Multi-Disciplinary Exhibition and Concept, LIMN Gallery, S.F. CA
1997
Introductions, Richard Witzel Gallery, S.F. CA
New Figurative Works, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
Benefit for SF Camerata Americana, Michael Martin Galleries, S.F. CA
1996