Henry Jackson-Spieker is a multidisciplinary artist, working and combining glass, bronze, steel and wood. His work explores tension, balance and symmetry through the use of contrasting materials. Early on Jackson-Spieker studied with a utilitarian approach gaining technical skills and understanding. Jackson-Spieker creates small sculptural series, sight specific installations and large-scale public works. He currently has outdoor sculptures at the Seattle Center and at Cary Hill Sculpture Park in Salem, NY
Jackson-Spieker is from and currently based in Seattle, WA. He received his BFA from Western Washington University and completed The Seattle Office of Arts and Culture’s Artist Boot Camp. He is the recipient of Grants from the New Foundation, WA, The Vermont Studio Center, VT, and the Chihuly Garden and Glass Scholarship. Along with his own artistic practice Jackson-Spieker is a glass blowing and bronze casting instructor at Pratt Fine Arts Center and a studio manager for the artist Marela Zacarias.