photos by Marilyn Claes


March 5 - April 11, 2015

Ornate western saddles, graphics from industrial-age sheet music covers, American Rococo furniture, government webcam stills monitoring the California freeways, and landscapes, are the source material for the multi-media works of Carol Jackson. The grand narratives of epic literature and their portrayal of triumph and loss inspire her work. In this exhibition, Jackson explores one of the central themes in Milton’s Paradise Lost: free will.

press: Tribune, Patch

exhibition catalog

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