(1903 - 1970)
Amy Jackson is known for painting.
Amy Jackson graduated from UT Austin in 1925 with a BS in Home
Economics, then went on to attend the university law school from
1926-1928. Jackson was also a graduate of the Art Institute of Chicago,
and studied at the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts, the American Academy in
Rome, and the Academie Colarossi in Paris. Later, she taught at
Amarillo College and UT. She taught at the Palo Duro School of Art in
Canyon 1936-38. West Texas State College sponsored the Palo Duro
School of Art during the 1930s and 1940s, with faculty that included
Adele Brunet, A. W. Mack, Amy Jackson, Isabel Robinson, and H. D.