What's happening
See my artwork at these events:


Clemson National Print and Drawing Exhibition 2017
Adaptable: Facing the Future
Juror Sydney Cross selected 62 works by 58 artists to exhibit at the
Lee Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, SC
February 15 - March 15, 2017

36th Bradley International Print and Drawing Exhibition
March 11 - April 17, 2017
Heuser Art Gallery, Hartmann Center Gallery,
Prairie Center of the Arts, Contemporary Art Center of Peoria
Bradley University Galleries, Peoria, IL

Artlink 37th Annual National Print Exhibition
March 31 - May 5, 2017
Artlink Contemporary Gallery, Fort Wayne, IN
Opening reception March 31, 6-9pm

Atlanta Print Biennial
My mezzotint was one of 73 prints chosen from 787 entries to represent the
current cutting edge of works on paper.
March 15 - April 14, 2017
Kai Lin Art, Atlanta, Georgia
Opening reception and awards ceremony is Thursday, March 16, 7-9pm

My proposal for a new work in mezzotint has been accepted by the
Wisconsin Visual Artists/Alfons Gallery Themed Invitational: "Water:
The Essence of Life"
to be held at the Alfons Gallery in Milwaukee, WI
from June 11 - August 6, 2017
You can also view my artwork in person at these venues:

RAM (Racine Art Museum) Art Sales and Rental Gallery, Racine, WI
It is an invitation-only gallery and 5 of my works were accepted as they are
looking to expand their artist catalog.  The public can rent work with an option
to buy from this collection of established Wisconsin artists

Grace Chosy Gallery  in Madison, WI (closed August 2013)

Peltz Gallery in Milwaukee, WI (closed July 2014)
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Jayne Reid Jackson  printmaker
Artist Statement
As someone whose artistic expression is firmly based in drawing, I find that printmaking,
especially intaglio, provides me with the widest range of tools for my needs.  
Through the use of the traditional still life image, I capture what is special about everyday
objects and the intrinsic beauty of the commonplace. My mezzotints are an examination of
light and dark using the still life as vehicle to study how glass and simple objects can
create an atmosphere of mystery and meaning by manipulating the shadows and
reflections of the objects and their surroundings.
White Tulips, monotype
Red Tulips, etching
Bittersweet II,  mezzotint
Clematis Vine, etching
Daffodils, monotype
Broken Dreams, mezzotint
On Fortune's Throne, etching
Pink Glass & Peonies #1, monotype
Vine Cuttings, etching
Echoes, mezzotint
Crabapple, etching
Yellow Tulips, etching
Bluebells & Bleediing Hearts, etching
Once, etching
Final Bow, mezzotint, 4" x 6" image, 2011
Sweet Sorrow, mezzotint
Food For Gods, mezzotint
Protuberance, mezzotint
Final Bow, mezzotint
In Dreams II, mezzotint
I Once Had a Rose, mezzotint
Fallen Star, mezzotint
The Unkindest Cut, mezzotint