Terry Jackson is a master woodcarver and artist who has practiced his art since the early 1970’s. Terry is fully versed in the visual language of the Northwest Coast art style. In the early 1970’s, Terry apprenticed with Tony Hunt at his studio in Victoria, B.C. Terry has also studies and collaborated with John Livingston, Francis Horn, and Glen Rabena.
Terry was born in Victoria, B.C. in 1955. He is of Métis heritage.
Terry’s major body of work has been crafted primarily in the medium of wood. His repertoire includes masks, bowls, panels, totem poles, prints and paintings. In 1994 he began exploring and experimenting with the challenging medium of porcelain. The technique requires blending technical and artistic skills to produce his line of elegant bisque porcelain vessels; vases and bowls. The porcelain vessels are signed and numbered limited editions. The editions range between 750 and 950 pieces.
Collectors around the world have acquired Terry’s Northwest Coast Native inspired wood carvings. Terry has had a number of solo exhibitions in the Pacific Northwest.