I am very happy to have four paintings on display/available (EMERGE, IN THE CLOUDS, SIGN, FALCON 1) at Dakota Jackson’s new west coast showroom in the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, CA. For more information please contact Jeff Miller, Showroom Manager, at 310.387.1893.
“In a career spanning over five decades, Dakota Jackson has been one of the leading figures in American furniture design . . .
He began building in his loft apartment in Chelsea, during the height of the 70’s art scene. Recognized for his work by antique dealers, he began restoring the finest works of furniture including those of Pierre Chareau. His work caught the eye of Yoko Ono who commissioned Jackson to create a mystery puzzle box desk to gift John Lennon on his 34th birthday . . .
Noteworthy among his designs is the Library Chair™, first developed for architect James Ingo Freed’s San Francisco Public Library and currently in use in libraries across the country, including Harvard, NYU, Stanford and Cesar Pelli’s Minneapolis Public Library . . .
Jackson’s signature body of work also includes several design collaborations with Steinway & Sons.”
Learn more about Dakota’s expansive, fascinating creative background and his latest collection here.