Warren Alan Jackson

The Endangered, Can Art Save Them?

An International Art Exhibition

(November 7 through January 8, 2021)

BIO

My inspiration to create art began with the blessing to recognize the skills of artistry at a very early age. One of the portrait drawings in pencil that was created while enrolled in my cousin's class was displayed at the National Portrait Gallery. During my years in college, Adverting & Design was my major. My other interest was to design an exclusive Men's Wear Accessories line with my label, which became a reality at my store. Designing neckwear allowed me to interact with my other interest, and to create wearable art.

STATEMENT

Commission a couple of Murals in Churches over Baptism pools. The materials used was outside metal paint, to consume the water from the pool. The method and execution of this project carried over a discipline needed to execute my watercolor projects This particular painting was chosen, to express the value of this specific animal being endanger as well as a respected.

Warren Alan Jackson

United States of America

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