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Fallen Oak Photograph - Limited Edition of 15

Kenneth Jackson

United States

Photography, archival pigment print on Paper

Size: 14 W x 20 H x 0.1 D in

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Limited Edition of 15 Archival Pigment Print 100% Cotton Rag Matte-surface Paper 14” x 20” image area Signed and dated Certificate of Authenticity In a hot July a few years back, my wife and I moved into the home we'd bought which sits on a wooded hilltop deep in Chatham County, North Carolina. Because of the vociferous flock of corvids that frequent the place, we started calling our place Crow Hill. It had been a home for three previous owners, each of whom had left a legacy of their vision for their lives in this place, and now we had begun our own tenure. I began photographing around, inspired by the idea that one's own back yard (or woodlot) is as interesting as the most faraway, exotic place to which one might travel to photograph. The woods, the light, the layered evidences of previous occupants, the garden, all draw my attention, and all become portals to an other-world that sometimes one sees only by not trying to do so, but just by being present, at home in a moment and a place.

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Photography:archival pigment print on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:15

Size:14 W x 20 H x 0.1 D in

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Kenneth Jackson's works have included natural environments, still life, portraits, and the figure, rendered using digital, analog, and alternative photographic processes. His work has been exhibited around the US and overseas, featured in publications, and collected. Jackson is also a musician and writer. He and his wife live in the woods with their cats and dog at their home, Crow Hill, in rural North Carolina. STATEMENT: The tension between surface appearances and underlying mystery is where I most enjoy working. I approach my work as poetic visual meditations that respond to, and in some ways express, the deep beauties of this passing world and our brief lives. As James Hillman wrote: "That the world is loveless results directly from the repression of beauty, its beauty and our sensitivity to beauty.” This meaning of beauty is deeply layered and emotionally stirring; unlike the superficial kind of “beauty” so celebrated in popular media, it is essential to the nourishment of the soul. I like to make mages that can be beautiful in this deeper sense, evoking emotions, memories, and dreams; a trail of breadcrumbs leading us back to a love of the world."

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