Oral history interview with Troy Jackson
TitleOral history interview with Troy Jackson
DescriptionTroy Jackson, a professional artist, talks about growing up and his art education. He explains why he was drawn to sculpture as an art and how he decided to pursue art as a career. He discusses the process he goes through for each sculpture and some of the different techniques and materials he uses. Jackson mentions some of the projects he is currently working on and some of his ideas for the future. He also acknowledges the importance of artist associations.
InterviewerLittle Thunder, Julie Pearson
KeywordOklahoma Native Artists; Creative process; Indian art education; Cherokee heritage
SubjectIndians of North America; Artists; Interviews; Ceramic sculpture; Pottery; Art--Study and teaching
SpatialKeys, Oklahoma; Tahlequah, Oklahoma
Citation of materialOklahoma Oral History Research Program-Oklahoma State University