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Jim Jackson in front of the Quarter Circle A Leather Shop

Jim Jackson, an internationally recognized artist, is a leather tooler in the tradition of Otto F. Ernst and Don King. Jim gives demonstrations and holds classes and clinics for all ages in this art so closely associated with Sheridan. In alignment with one of The Brinton’s core missions of education, Jackson’s efforts not only preserve techniques of leather tooling and stamping, but convey them to future generations. In addition, samples of Jackson’s leather and mixed media creations are for sale at the Brinton Museum Store.

Click here to listen to National Endowments for the Arts Podcast featuring James F. Jackson, 2019 National Heritage Fellow.

Jim Jackson and The Quarter Circle A Leather Shop were featured in the 2017 November/December issue of Leather Crafters & Saddlers Journal!   Click HERE to see the article.

Jim Jackson won the 2018  Stohlman Foundation Award!

Click here to read the LEATHER CRAFTERS and SADDLERS journal article.

Click here to read the SHERIDAN PRESS article.

Leather Artist Jim Jackson at Work