Form and Concept, Santa Fe, NM
January 29 - May 15, 2021
Jacks contributed six paintings and their book Inbetweenland to this group exhibition and immersive installation designed by a national consortium of LGBTQ+ artists and performers. This functional and modular living room, featuring art, craft and design objects that were made, altered or found by the featured artists, is a stage for visual artworks and performances that examine queer domestic space and the chosen family.
50 Years of Fight /// 50 Years of Future
Show Pony Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
June 1 - 30, 2019
Jacks created two new paintings for the group show 50 Years Of Fight /// 50 Years Of Future at Show Pony Gallery in Santa Fe, focused on trans and gender-creative futurity. Each piece weaves poetry, spells, and sigils to invoke powerful future visions for gender-creative folks. As part of the show, Jacks also offered a writing workshop for queer & trans community.
Learning About Light
Iconik, Santa Fe, NM
April 13 - June 4, 2018
In their second solo show in Santa Fe, Jacks shared an innovative series of ink and mixed media paintings on wood in the show “Learning About Light.” Drawing inspiration from the natural and the mechanical, this work assembles a unique vocabulary of patterns, textures, and color to create an abstracted language for the residue of seasons, synesthesia, and hope.
Click here to view Jacks' Learning About Light series.
Like/Love 'N Stuff
Art.i.fact, Santa Fe, NM
A Valentine(ish) Show Curate Santa Fe is taking over the ART.i.factory! Niomi Fawn's first exhibition in the space is a celebration of love, like, and everything in between. Santa Fe artists include Lacey Adams, Mark Frossard, M. Gold, Jack McNamara, Lindsay Payton, Todd White, and Anastasio Wrobel. Works include prints, wood pieces, prints on fabric, original paintings, and Valentine cards.
Rise: Works on Paper
Java Joes Siler
February 1 - 28, 2017
Rise is a collection of works on paper that claim beauty as a site of resistance and power. Featuring 9 original paintings in ink, watercolor, and pastel on paper, Rise explores color, abstraction, and natural forms through created worlds and improvised dreams.
Click here to view Jacks' Rise: Works on Paper series.