Jack Dorsey is a lifelong resident of Washington State and is a graduate of Seattle Pacific College. He has to his credit two one-man shows at the Frye Art Museum in Seattle and a one-man show in Tokyo, Japan. Jack Dorsey's art has been collected by the Frye Art Museum and the LaConner Historical Museum along with numerous corporations and private collectors throughout the U.S.A. and internationally.
Jack Dorsey is a former president of the Northwest Watercolor Society and a past member of the Puget Sound Group of Painters. Currently he is a life member of the Northwest Watercolor Society and an associate member of Oil Painters of North America.
Jack Dorsey's emergence back into the art world came in 1997 after retirement from the Boeing Company after sixteen years as a production illustrator in Everett. In the past few years collectors started to find Jack Dorsey's fine art during the annual Mother's Day Studio Tour on Camano Island where he makes his home. Jack Dorsey is known for his watercolors which can be described as impressionistic realism.
It is interesting to note that all of Jack's family are artists also. His wife, Ann Cory
paints in acrylics; the youngest son, Jed Dorsey
paints in acrylics and oils; while April and Jason Dorsey have achieved painting success also.
As a long established Northwest artist, Jack Dorsey cordially invites inquiries and visits to his home if anyone is interested in collecting his fine art.