Michael Woods 1995
George Melly 1998
George Melly 2004
Martin Sexton 2007
Ana Balona de Oliveira 2008
José L. Terrón Ponce 2012
Flora Alexandra Ogilvy 2015

Evolution is the law of Life, Number is the law of the Universe, Unity is the law of God.

- Pythagoras -
What is a biography of the artist? At its purest the best biography is the work itself - in which the artist is the presence. Piers Jackson in his work undertakes a meticulous but also passionate approach as he attempts to offer a path seemingly towards a fusion of science & faith - With his cubes, his spheres, his stars & constellations, his sacred geometry, his totemic birds - the crows that have been a reoccurring motif over an expanse of more than a decade – and now the new shapes - the new geometry.

This new geometry began in 2000. I first exhibited Piers' work in 2005 at ‘Ark’ – an installation that took place in London Zoo during the Frieze International Art Fair. Then followed ‘Chthonic Tales’ at the Earl of St Germans Estate in Cornwall - an event that ran beneath the oldest continually inhabited house in Britain during the 2006 literary festival. A few months prior I had also included his Symphony in Black in Room 9 of Tate Britain as part of New Gothic. It was right that Piers Jackson’s art was shown in such contexts – a discipline that befits the context and narrative of which it is infused. It always struck me, that when so much contemporary art is at the service of commerce; Piers Jackson’s work –like only the rare and elusive best - is at the service of the mind.
  Indeed in November 2006 I witnessed his work at: ‘Mind & Memory’ an exhibition in conjunction with the book launch of 'Mind - a user's guide' by Professor John G. Taylor Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at King’s College. Then in December of 2006 I invited Piers to exhibit as part of Toffee Armistice, which took place during Art Miami Basel. The work I displayed as a collective: ‘Pop Noir’ of new emerging British artists. Piers Jackson's totemic Crows provided possibly the darkest and most beautiful of this Pop Noir - with his obsidian black pageantry of English crows against a startling gold relief. Piers Jackson has spent the past two years forming a new body of work to be exhibited at T1+2 Gallery in June/July 2008.

Martin Sexton
(2007)