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E.E. Jacks

ARTIST

Discover the captivating artwork of E.E. Jacks, a Southern California-based self-taught painter known for her emotive nocturne and naturalistic paintings. With a profound connection to human relationships and nature, Jacks' work seeks to explore balance, emotion, and the beauty found amidst life's complexities. Explore her diverse portfolio and delve into the depths of her artistic vision.

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E.E. Jacks

 Orange, California

Phone: 562-418-9393

MEDIUM

Oil & Mixed Media

E.E. Jacks

BIO

E.E. Jacks (b. 1985, Long Beach) is a self-taught painter who lives and works in Southern California. She works in a variety of media and is known for her nocturne and naturalisKc painKngs. Over the years Jacks has come to respect the linear, synonymous lines between expressionism, realism and abstracKon. Her creaKve approach and process taps into romanKcism, shape, form and the senKmental. Jacks has received several awards and been featured in various periodicals. Her work has also been showcased in museums such as MOLAA, Olaf Wieghorst Museum, the Yellowstone and Yosemite Museums and been recognized and exhibited in the John Wayne Airport and California State Capitol. E.E. Jacks has been a gallerist with long- standing arKst & art community connecKons & a curator of tradiKonal & contemporary spaces. She has published, wri\en numerous art reviews, juried many exhibiKons and conKnues to do so. She is also a poet and has currently wri\en five books. Jacks exhibits her work in various Galleries and Museums naKonwide.

Artist Statement

“Part of what influences me is human relaKonships with the natural world. I wish to illustrate, that balance can be had in our exchanges with nature and to encourage a search for those connecKons. In exploring societal realiKes I hope to give voice to the unseen needs of those experiencing loss. I also hope to unveil the beauty that exists alongside these pains. At the beginning of every piece I focus on inserKng emoKon and moKon and then work on top of those layers, imbuing the realiKes of our changing external and emoKonal scapes.” -Jacks

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