Jackson, Terry

After many years of searching and confirming his identity as a member of a modern Metis society as well as a mainstream one, he is now producing work that reflects this ability to move in and through the diverse cultures he inhabits.

He is also a facilitator of community events, honored elder, story teller, and teacher. Terry has carved story poles and his works are exhibited in Whistler and in numerous galleries. Born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada in 1955, Terry Jackson began his artistic education at the age of 16.  Because he was passionate and driven to learn of the last century’s Northwest Coast Native masters, he was accepted into as a student into the Hunt family and worked with other famous carvers like John Livingston, Glen Rabena and Francis Home.  

White Porcelain Spirit Canoe by Terry Jackson

White Porcelain Spirit Canoe by Terry Jackson

White Porcelain Spirit Canoe by Terry Jackson

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First Nations Art, White Porcelain Vase by Terry Jackson

First Nations Art, White Porcelain Vase by Terry Jackson

White Porcelain Vase by Metis Artist Terry Jackson

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Vintage Greed Mask by Terry Jackson

Vintage Greed Mask by Terry Jackson

Greed Mask by First Nations Artist Terry Jackson, vintage piece

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Two-spirit Witch, by Terry Jackson

Two-spirit Witch, by Terry Jackson

Two-spirit Witch Mask by Terry Jackson

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