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Juror:  Hubert Jackson was born in Culpeper, Virginia in 1943.  He received a Bachelorís degree in fine arts education from Virginia State University in 1965.  After moving to the Washington, DC area in 1965 he began a teaching career which spanned thirty-four years.  He received a Master of Fine Arts degree from Howard University in 1971, and did further studies at the Corcoran School of Art.  Jackson served on the selection committee for the District of Columbia Artists in Schools program sponsored by the DC Commission of The Arts and Humanities from 1977 to 1979.  He served as a curriculum writer for the DC Public Schools.  His paintings have been selected for inclusion in the Art in Embassies Program of the U.S. State Department.  After retiring from the Washington, DC Public School System in 1999, where he taught art and photography at Woodrow Wilson High School, Jackson moved to Colonial Beach, Virginia, where he maintains his studio.
The current Frederick Gallery National exhibit "A Fine Line"
on exhibit April 26
th until May 30th , 2009.
Opening May 1st.
Slideshow by Carolyn Beever,
© 2005-2011 See copyright notice below.
[Click image to enlarge.] [Scroll down to see more images.]

  Aspirations / Contemplation - digital by Audrius Plioplys Gossamer Wings - mixedmedia by Barbara Taylor Hall Right Past the Miro by Cindy Murray The Path I Have Taken in Red - Triptych by Frank Hoeffler Dusty Rain by Elvira Dimitrij Page 482- photograph by Evelyn Davis Hot Pink and Chocolate - oil by Cathyann Burgess
Small Plants by Fredrick Nelson Triangulate - digital canvas by Marti Belcher Wild Ride - abstract diptych acrylic collage mix07 by Millie Lane Green Squared - encaustic by Linda Benton McCloskey Contrail - acrylic on canvas by Linda Jones Moment Of Grace - acrylic by Linda KMcCray Ocean Tree - ink drawing by Millie Lane
One Door Closes - photo iclee print by Jane L Haye Don't Go - Go Away - digital print by Matthew Derezinski Summer Recess by JY Chang A Fine Powerline - oil on panel by Steve Walker Line A Rem No5 - acrylic and string by Mike Kelley Between Day To Night - photograph by Sandy Leigh Skipper Safety In Numbers - photograph by Tom Rothernberg
Polar Landscape - indian ink on fabric by Tom Zuk Lost Forest - digital art by Carolyn Beever My Aunts Shoes - oil on canvas by Carolina Correa West 34th Street - oil on panel by Clinton Helms Inner Nova - acrylic by Carol F Baker
Dusty Rain by Elvira Dimitrij Opposing Elements - acrylic and mixed media by Kathleen Willingham Port Arms - graphite by Ernie Fournet Mantis and Vines - ink and water media by Gisele Child-Olmsted Napolean - etching by Diane Blackwell The Road Home - acrylic by Kathy Brady Orange Scatter - acrylic by Kay Layne Jungle - oil on board by Kenric Johnson Beyond First Blush - graphite and watercolor by LynetteL Reed The Sill - digital photo by Maura Harrison Amber Silence I - acrylic on canvas by Michael Smith Moving a Mountain - ink and wash by Jerry Schutte Atlantis - digital print by Richaard Grossman Billy and the Clothesline - oil on canvas by Nancy Brittle
Just for the Joy of It - digigraph by Rita Noe All Wired Up Necklace - recycled components by Vicki Gingrich The Light at the End - digital photograph by Cindie Brown Wellfleet Trio - photograph by Shirley Whelan Hawes Valley Storm - pastel on paper by Vickie S Jones The Line Up - photo by Sue Henderson Untitled 2 - photograph by Vincent Leandro
Mephistos Feast by Victoria Goro-Rapoport Bumper Crop - oil on canvas by Sarah Bielski Stay Clear by Ashley Wells Poulmabrone Dolmen - pen and ink by William Richarson Aquia Creek - mixed media by Shirley G Whelan
[Images above supplied by artists.]

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Previous Exhibits

April 09 - April Regional

March 09 - Powerful & Fragile Earth

February 09 - February Regional

December 08 & January 09 - Color of Money

November 08 Child's Eye View

Oct 08 October Regional

Sept 08 - Personal Commentaries

Aug 08 - August Regional

July 08 - July Celebration

June 08 - June Student & Special Invitational

May 08 - May Reclamation

April 08 - April Regional

March 08 - March Fragments

February 08 - February Regional

December 07 & January 08 - Small Works

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