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1960 (age 57–58)|
Dunedin, New Zealand
|Education||Ilam School of Fine Arts|
|Awards||Frances Hodgkins Fellowship|
Jackson is best known for her small, highly detailed and vividly coloured papier-mâché three dimensional paintings. She frequently references domestic life and female identity in a very subtle way, occasionally reaching over into the expressively grotesque and medical anatomical taxonomy.
Jackson studied at the Ilam School of Fine Arts at the University of Canterbury, focusing on sculpture and printmaking. She received a prestigious Goethe-Institut scholarship to study in Germany in 1992 and in 1994 she was awarded the Frances Hodgkins Fellowship from the University of Otago.
Exhibitions by Jackson include:
Artist files for Nicola Jackosn are held at:
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