"Own, love ,and believe in what you create."

1. Be responsible for the work you bring into the world.
2. Love what you do.
3. Believe in yourself and the work you create.

Shirley Jackson is a Black and Korean artist residing in the Wasatch Front with her ancient 17 year old iguana named Ness.
Shirley holds a BFA in Visual Communications from Weber State University.
Her body of work heavily features animals and the natural world, and she works in both traditional and digital mediums; and has now danced her way into product design.

Get in touch or send a kind letter: shirley[at]lioninthetrees[dot]com

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Previous Exhibitions:

Flora at Land | Land | Portland, OR | August 2016
Save State | The Underground | Salt Lake City, UT | December 2015
Solo Show | Underbelly Creative | Salt Lake City, UT | October 2015
AIGA 100 Show | The Gateway | Salt Lake City, UT | May 2015
W Project | Weber State University | Ogden, UT | February 2015
BFA Show | Weber State University | Ogden, UT | December 2014
Halloween Group Show | Mod a-go-go | Salt Lake City, UT | October 2014
AIGA 100 Show | Utah Museum of Fine Arts | Salt Lake City, UT | May 2014
No Rules | Blonde Grizzly | Salt Lake City, UT | March 2011