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Tommy Jackson Dine artist Inlay cuff with turquoise, charoite and gaspeite in sterling silver.
Tommy Jackson was born in Phoenix, Arizona on January 20, 1958. He is a Navajo artist from Chinle, Arizona. Tommy learned the art of silversmithing from his mother and father, Martha and Gene Jackson.
He is known for his work in both gold and silver. He has won numerous awards for his beautiful and unique jewelry from the Heard Museum Show in Phoenix, Santa Fe Indian Market and The Museum of Northern Arizona, to name a few. He is a graduate of the University of Arizona with a Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education.
In recent years, he taught at Wide Ruins Community School. He taught Navajo children Navajo reading, writing, history and culture and arts and crafts. Many of his former students are now established jewelers themselves.
He is married to a wonderful artist named Marie Jackson and they have seven children and reside in Ganado, Arizona. He is now working on jewelry full-time with his children and wife, Marie. Tommy and Marie give a lot of credit to the Lord for blessing their hands and giving them talent to make their unique and beautiful jewelry.