Albert Jackson is a young influential multidimensional artist, fluent in a wide variety of mediums, who produces paintings and sculptures influenced by Greek and Native American Mythology, ancient Astrology and Jungian Psychology. His entirely original and unique art has earned him considerable recognition and appeal in the United States, having had exhibitions in Los Angeles, New York, and Las Vegas. Albert was honoured to be chosen to exhibit his work as featured artist at the New York International Film Festival.
Albert Jackson’s first show in the UK was held in Birmingham in May 2002, and was highly acclaimed by critics and art buyers alike, thus attracting dignitaries such as Peter Hain, former Leader of the House of Commons, and interviews on BBC national radio and television.
‘’One of the most innovative contemporary sculptors and painters of his time,’’ wrote the Evening Mail, London.
“Despite appearances this is not a group show but the electric output of one artist – Albert Jackson,” wrote Emma Safe - Metro Magazine, London.
Since then, Albert has held a number of London based exhibitions, at venues including Brick Lane’s Truman Brewery, where Damien Hirst made an appearance; the Menier Gallery at London Bridge April 2003, the Michael Naimski Gallery in Chiswick November 2003, and a group exhibition at the Blackheath Gallery, January 2004.