This collection contains items related to the work of I. Andrea Hoffman Jackson, a sculptor and art writer in San Diego including
a scrapbook on her body of work, interviews of local artists for her book, "San Diego Artists," and research materials on
a number of Southern California art institutions, including San Diego Museum of Art.
I. Andrea Hoffman Jackson was born in Los Angeles in 1946. She earned a Master’s degree in Art and Art History from San Diego
State University, completed coursework for a doctorate in Art History at the University of Southern California, and studied
art and sculpture in Italy. She has created numerous sculptures on public display in San Diego, including: the ‘Discus Thrower’
at the Hall of Champions in Balboa Park, the ‘Children’s Wall’ at the Mandell Weiss City Park, M. Larry Lawrence Jewish Community
Center, and a bronze portrait bust of Mandell Weiss at the Mandell Weiss Center for the Performing Arts at University of California,
San Diego (UCSD). She also created a ceremonial mace of polished bronze with semi-precious stones for UCSD and the Roger Revelle
Medal for Distinguished Service to UCSD. She continues to sculpt and returns every few years to Italy to work and study.
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