Loree Jackson lives and works in Hollywood, Florida. Loree has been a maker her whole life. Collages and puppets and drawing when a child and into her young adult years. She learned how to weave in her senior year of high school and fell in love with the warp and weft. Loree wove for many years until a neck injury prohibited her from crawling around the big loom anymore. Needing to create something, Loree turned to painting for a while but this didn’t satisfy her need for the tactile gratification that weaving gave her. Loree still loved to draw but wanted to express her drawings on fiber. Eventually she found her way to studio quilting and fabric collage.

Loree’s works are driven by her drawings. Mostly her work centers around mothers and children, water birds, and the environment. At this time, Loree is using free motion quilting and embroidery. She also uses hand embroidery techniques. Loree uses mostly upcycled fabrics in her works.

When not in the studio working, Loree spends time with her family or in the ocean bodysurfing and enjoying the outdoors.

Current Exhibits

Growth – Dunedin Fine Art Center, June 9 – Aug. 18, 2017

SAQA Creation to Curation Auction April 27- April 30, 2017, Lincoln, Nebraska

SAQA Trunk Show, May 2017-Dec. 2020, April 27- April 30, 2017, Lincoln, Nebraska

SAQA Benefit Show, Sept. 16 – Oct. 9, 2016

Past Exhibits

2015 – Group show, Multicultural Art Guild, City Hall Gallery, Crescent City, Florida

2013 – Group show, Nature: See It While You Can, Anne Kolb Nature Center, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

2012 – Group show, Starving Artists, Parker Playhouse, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

2012 – Mixed media show, Hollywood Art Guild, Hollywood Beach Culture and Community Center, Hollywood, Florida

2011 – Plein air show, Comfort Zone Gallery, Hollywood, Florida

2011 – Group show, The 12×12, Art Serve, Fort Lauderdale, Florida

2010 – Mixed media show, Hollywood Art Guild, Hollywood Beach Culture and Community Center,Hollywood Beach Culture and Community Center,