Maz Jackson has spent her life with her family, drawing and painting in East Anglia. The regions landscape and its people enrich her imagery which can be interpreted in many ways and relate to many cultures across the globe. Her award-winning work continues to be exhibited and be collected by galleries, museums and private collections across Europe, Japan, China, USA and Mexico.
Egg tempera has had less restoration than any other medium in art history. Using fifteenth-century techniques of Cennino d’Andrea Cennini, imagery is worked in tempera comprised of ground mineral pigments mixed with egg yolk and distilled…Read more