Julian Jackson, "Other Rooms 6" 2015 Oil and pencil on paper 16 x 16 in, paper size 22 x 22 in

Julian Jackson, "Other Rooms 6" 2015 Oil and pencil on paper 16 x 16 in, paper size 22 x 22 in

Julian Jackson Other Rooms 6, 2015 Oil and pencil on paper 16 x 16 in paper size 22 x 22 in

Julian Jackson Other Rooms 6, 2015 Oil and pencil on paper 16 x 16 in paper size 22 x 22 in

Julian Jackson, Other Rooms 7, 2015 | Markel Fine Arts

Julian Jackson, Other Rooms 7, 2015 | Markel Fine Arts

Shared Vision/Sight Sharing: The user of this power can share the sight of two or multiple people, the power can let other people see what user is seeing from their point of view. The user can even let others see the user's past sights and scenes as a way to relay information to them.

Shared Vision/Sight Sharing: The user of this power can share the sight of two or multiple people, the power can let other people see what user is seeing from their point of view. The user can even let others see the user's past sights and scenes as a way to relay information to them.

but i'm not good with directions and i hide behind my mouth, i'm a pro at imperfections and i'm best friends with my doubt

but i'm not good with directions and i hide behind my mouth, i'm a pro at imperfections and i'm best friends with my doubt

Julian Jackson - Crossing Yellow - oil on canvas

Julian Jackson - Crossing Yellow - oil on canvas

| The Foxhole Court | The Raven King | The King's Men | [All for the Game]

| The Foxhole Court | The Raven King | The King's Men | [All for the Game]

In Conversation With Julian Jackson: Julian Jackson's work has recently taken a departure from soft-focused studies of light to more formal linear works influenced by architecture. Connecting his series is a reverence for nature and art history, a precarious sense of balance, and an exploration of color. We met up in his studio in Brooklyn to dive into the evolution of his work, the early artistic influences that still shape his aesthetics, and finding inspiration in the origins of the…

In Conversation With Julian Jackson: Julian Jackson's work has recently taken a departure from soft-focused studies of light to more formal linear works influenced by architecture. Connecting his series is a reverence for nature and art history, a precarious sense of balance, and an exploration of color. We met up in his studio in Brooklyn to dive into the evolution of his work, the early artistic influences that still shape his aesthetics, and finding inspiration in the origins of the…

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