Jackson, Earl

Earl Jackson, born in 1948 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and raised in nearby Willow Run, attended Willow Run High School before pursuing art courses at Washtenaw Community College and Eastern Michigan University. Though he didn’t finish his degree, Jackson embarked on a successful career as an artist, notably with his print “Following the Path,” which sold out quickly, leading him to become a full-time artist. Transitioning from his role as a picture framer, Jackson’s artworks gained recognition in various exhibitions and galleries, including displays at prestigious venues like the University of Michigan Museum of Art and the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. He also contributed murals to southeastern Michigan, taught art, and mentored young artists before relocating to Marietta, Georgia, in the late 1990s.




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