Lance Jackson’s approach to abstract art starts by listening carefully to the work. Sensing a visual harmonic or voice that declares the appropriate time to put paintbrush, palette knife or hands aside – yet the work is still incomplete. The work is now ready for its most important and final stage of rendering, interpretive rendering by you the viewer. Now it is ready to provoke and present itself in a very personal way. Lance Jackson’s abstract art is meant to immerse you in a scene, or a place that feels uniquely meant for you and you alone. Your only responsibility is a willingness to fully engage, beyond the literal. His work requires active viewing.
“If my work resonates on a level beyond practical thought, it works.
Then it is complete.”
– Lance Jackson