Charlotte Jackson Fine Art

September 24, 2013, 8:00am

Ed Moses: Green/Bronze

At 87 years old, Southern California-based artist Ed Moses hasn’t showed any indication of slowing down. Considered by many to be one of the preeminent artists of West Coast art, his oeuvre is known for it’s unpredictably and tendency to resist categorization. His penchant for exploration and experimentation could be likened better to that of a scientist rather than an artist, and in that sense, artistic expression becomes synonymous with words like “invention” and “discovery” rather than creation. His latest exhibition Green/Bronze at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art in Santa Fe, Moses showcases his “crackle” paintings as the results of countless hours of material experimentation and in many ways, these paintings serve as maps or guides down his self-described paths of  “confusion and ambition.” –Claude Smith, Albuquerque/Santa Fe Contributor

Ed Moses | Y? Copper, 2013, mixed media on canvas 4 panels 72" x 45" each

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July 09, 2012, 8:20am

A Conversation with Joan Watts about “Poems and More” at Charlotte Jackson Fine Art

This June, Charlotte Jackson Fine Art exhibited a new body of work by painter Joan Watts. Watts has been painting since the 1960s, and she has managed to successfully forge a singular path throughout the waxing and waning of art market trends and historical movements. Charlotte Jackson has represented Watts for several years now, and she is the rare kind of art dealer who supports the essential changes and developments of her artists.

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