• ABOVE WATERBlue Cypress Park | Jacksonville, FL.January 28, 2013 | 8:11am
The sun was making its way over the horizon. I noticed how the light touched the water. I wanted to increase the beauty of the effect. The water transformed into something strange, mysterious. My imagination takes over. I know what it is in reality: the base of a pier in the St. John’s River. But now, it has a story to tell.
Eric Christopher Jackson
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    ABOVE WATERBlue Cypress Park | Jacksonville, FL.January 28, 2013 | 8:11am
The sun was making its way over the horizon. I noticed how the light touched the water. I wanted to increase the beauty of the effect. The water transformed into something strange, mysterious. My imagination takes over. I know what it is in reality: the base of a pier in the St. John’s River. But now, it has a story to tell.
Eric Christopher Jackson
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    ABOVE WATER
    Blue Cypress Park | Jacksonville, FL.
    January 28, 2013 | 8:11am

    The sun was making its way over the horizon. I noticed how the light touched the water. I wanted to increase the beauty of the effect. The water transformed into something strange, mysterious. My imagination takes over. I know what it is in reality: the base of a pier in the St. John’s River. But now, it has a story to tell.

    Eric Christopher Jackson

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    Under the Moon
January 22, 2013 | 6:08pm (EST)The Wells Fargo TowerJacksonville, FL.
The setting sun behind me leaves a red-orange color on the building. The moon began to take its place. A mixture of dominant light from day and night.
    Under the Moon
January 22, 2013 | 6:08pm (EST)The Wells Fargo TowerJacksonville, FL.
The setting sun behind me leaves a red-orange color on the building. The moon began to take its place. A mixture of dominant light from day and night. 1 Notes

    Under the Moon

    January 22, 2013 | 6:08pm (EST)
    The Wells Fargo Tower
    Jacksonville, FL.

    The setting sun behind me leaves a red-orange color on the building. The moon began to take its place. A mixture of dominant light from day and night.

    © 2014 Eric Christopher Jackson“As the sun set, marking the end of another day, I captured the view above me to remember.”
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    © 2014 Eric Christopher Jackson“As the sun set, marking the end of another day, I captured the view above me to remember.”
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    © 2014 Eric Christopher Jackson
    “As the sun set, marking the end of another day, I captured the view above me to remember.”

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    August 14, 2014 | RAW:Las Vegas featuring Artist Eric Christopher Jackson
    Purchase Tickets by August 7, 2014 | http://rawartists.org/ericchristopher

    © 2014 Eric Christopher Jackson
I have a particular joy in transporting the viewer into what seems to be an alternate dimension of Earth. Meaning, I take something that we see everyday and try to present in a way that a person may question what it is they’re looking at. Or, at the very least, enhance the scene so it looks better than it would in reality.
This photograph is more of an enhancement. Can you tell what it is? :)
After a while, certain parts of life can become boring because we’ve seen it a thousand times. I was walking home Monday night and needed to go underneath an interstate overpass. I noticed the roof, how the beams were angled, the auburn color of the lights. I figured with a little touching up it could be a good art piece.
In actuality, this bridge needs work. A good scrub could suffice. But if you darken the shadows, slightly increase the highlights, and boost the clarity to enhance the detail…I like it. :) I like the texture of the concrete, the color tone, how the shot is composed overall. It’s kind of mysterious. Slightly abstract. It has “personality.”
Since I haven’t shown a new piece of art in a while, I forgot how nervous I get when it’s unveiled to the public for the first time. All of these photos are like my babies. I wonder if I chose the best variation of this shot. I wonder if people will see it as art. I guess, at the end of the day, if I honestly think it’s good, then I’ll be comfortable putting my name on it.
Blessings.Eric Christopher Jackson
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    © 2014 Eric Christopher Jackson
I have a particular joy in transporting the viewer into what seems to be an alternate dimension of Earth. Meaning, I take something that we see everyday and try to present in a way that a person may question what it is they’re looking at. Or, at the very least, enhance the scene so it looks better than it would in reality.
This photograph is more of an enhancement. Can you tell what it is? :)
After a while, certain parts of life can become boring because we’ve seen it a thousand times. I was walking home Monday night and needed to go underneath an interstate overpass. I noticed the roof, how the beams were angled, the auburn color of the lights. I figured with a little touching up it could be a good art piece.
In actuality, this bridge needs work. A good scrub could suffice. But if you darken the shadows, slightly increase the highlights, and boost the clarity to enhance the detail…I like it. :) I like the texture of the concrete, the color tone, how the shot is composed overall. It’s kind of mysterious. Slightly abstract. It has “personality.”
Since I haven’t shown a new piece of art in a while, I forgot how nervous I get when it’s unveiled to the public for the first time. All of these photos are like my babies. I wonder if I chose the best variation of this shot. I wonder if people will see it as art. I guess, at the end of the day, if I honestly think it’s good, then I’ll be comfortable putting my name on it.
Blessings.Eric Christopher Jackson
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    © 2014 Eric Christopher Jackson

    I have a particular joy in transporting the viewer into what seems to be an alternate dimension of Earth. Meaning, I take something that we see everyday and try to present in a way that a person may question what it is they’re looking at. Or, at the very least, enhance the scene so it looks better than it would in reality.

    This photograph is more of an enhancement. Can you tell what it is? :)

    After a while, certain parts of life can become boring because we’ve seen it a thousand times. I was walking home Monday night and needed to go underneath an interstate overpass. I noticed the roof, how the beams were angled, the auburn color of the lights. I figured with a little touching up it could be a good art piece.

    In actuality, this bridge needs work. A good scrub could suffice. But if you darken the shadows, slightly increase the highlights, and boost the clarity to enhance the detail…I like it. :) I like the texture of the concrete, the color tone, how the shot is composed overall. It’s kind of mysterious. Slightly abstract. It has “personality.”

    Since I haven’t shown a new piece of art in a while, I forgot how nervous I get when it’s unveiled to the public for the first time. All of these photos are like my babies. I wonder if I chose the best variation of this shot. I wonder if people will see it as art. I guess, at the end of the day, if I honestly think it’s good, then I’ll be comfortable putting my name on it.

    Blessings.
    Eric Christopher Jackson

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    ALLURE Presented by RAW Artists: Las Vegas.
BOOTH VIEWThis will be my view at the event. My six-foot wide, six-foot high booth space faces the bar. My back will be to the stage with another artist setup behind me. A divider will be between all of us so our space is not distracted by anyone else’s.
As stated before, my role is to sell 20 tickets by Thursday, August 7th to cover the cost of my booth space. So, unfortunately, I will bug you, happy readers, and many others about helping me accomplish this task. Next, I’ll plan out how the booth will look and how much it will cost to set everything up.
Each ticket is $15.00. If you’d like to support my cause and are able to, please visit my unique page for the event: http://rawartists.org/ericchristopher
When you click the link, “Buy Ticket for this Artist” they will credit me for the sale of this ticket. Yay. If you are not able to attend the event personally, the sale will still be valid. :)
Photos of the event will be taken by RAW:Las Vegas staff. Artists also get official portraits for the event and a short interview explaining why we do what we do.
Thank you all.
Blessings.Eric Christopher Jackson
    ALLURE Presented by RAW Artists: Las Vegas.
BOOTH VIEWThis will be my view at the event. My six-foot wide, six-foot high booth space faces the bar. My back will be to the stage with another artist setup behind me. A divider will be between all of us so our space is not distracted by anyone else’s.
As stated before, my role is to sell 20 tickets by Thursday, August 7th to cover the cost of my booth space. So, unfortunately, I will bug you, happy readers, and many others about helping me accomplish this task. Next, I’ll plan out how the booth will look and how much it will cost to set everything up.
Each ticket is $15.00. If you’d like to support my cause and are able to, please visit my unique page for the event: http://rawartists.org/ericchristopher
When you click the link, “Buy Ticket for this Artist” they will credit me for the sale of this ticket. Yay. If you are not able to attend the event personally, the sale will still be valid. :)
Photos of the event will be taken by RAW:Las Vegas staff. Artists also get official portraits for the event and a short interview explaining why we do what we do.
Thank you all.
Blessings.Eric Christopher Jackson 1 Notes

    ALLURE Presented by RAW Artists: Las Vegas.

    BOOTH VIEW
    This will be my view at the event. My six-foot wide, six-foot high booth space faces the bar. My back will be to the stage with another artist setup behind me. A divider will be between all of us so our space is not distracted by anyone else’s.

    As stated before, my role is to sell 20 tickets by Thursday, August 7th to cover the cost of my booth space. So, unfortunately, I will bug you, happy readers, and many others about helping me accomplish this task. Next, I’ll plan out how the booth will look and how much it will cost to set everything up.

    Each ticket is $15.00. If you’d like to support my cause and are able to, please visit my unique page for the event: http://rawartists.org/ericchristopher

    When you click the link, “Buy Ticket for this Artist” they will credit me for the sale of this ticket. Yay. If you are not able to attend the event personally, the sale will still be valid. :)

    Photos of the event will be taken by RAW:Las Vegas staff. Artists also get official portraits for the event and a short interview explaining why we do what we do.

    Thank you all.

    Blessings.
    Eric Christopher Jackson

    SOFT WIND © 2013 Eric Christopher Jackson
January 18, 2013: 5:17pm (EST)The St. John’s River runs through Jacksonville, Florida. At certain sections are piers and walkways. I found one of these sections near a park. The sun was on the way down. The sky began to change color from the usual cyan to this soft, yellow-orange. The wind blew through the tall grass, the ripples on the river followed this momentum.
I wanted to capture all of this at once. I hope the image gives viewers a good feel for what this place is like.
Eric Christopher Jackson
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    SOFT WIND © 2013 Eric Christopher Jackson
January 18, 2013: 5:17pm (EST)The St. John’s River runs through Jacksonville, Florida. At certain sections are piers and walkways. I found one of these sections near a park. The sun was on the way down. The sky began to change color from the usual cyan to this soft, yellow-orange. The wind blew through the tall grass, the ripples on the river followed this momentum.
I wanted to capture all of this at once. I hope the image gives viewers a good feel for what this place is like.
Eric Christopher Jackson
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    SOFT WIND © 2013 Eric Christopher Jackson

    January 18, 2013: 5:17pm (EST)
    The St. John’s River runs through Jacksonville, Florida. At certain sections are piers and walkways. I found one of these sections near a park. The sun was on the way down. The sky began to change color from the usual cyan to this soft, yellow-orange. The wind blew through the tall grass, the ripples on the river followed this momentum.

    I wanted to capture all of this at once. I hope the image gives viewers a good feel for what this place is like.

    Eric Christopher Jackson

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