Jeffrey Wilcox Paclipan received an AA degree from International Fine Arts College in Miami, Fl. His gallery solo and group and solo exhibitions include Hathaway Contemporary Gallery, Mason Fine Art, Galerie Tew, Bill Lowe Gallery, Mammal Gallery, Life on Mars, NY, Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition, NY, and currently exhibiting with Jennifer Balcos Gallery, At, GA. Atlanta-area exhibitions and installations in museums and public institutions includ MOCA GA, Slotin Folkfest, Chastain Arts Center, EBD4, Fulton County Arts and Culture Public Library Acquisition for the Sandy Springs Library, Fulton County Aviation and Community Cultural Center, Sewell Mill Library and Cultural Center, High Rise Show with ShowerHuas Gallery, The Atlanta Financial Center, Lenox Square, ARTFIELDS 2020/21. Paclipan's mixed media collage submission "Salvador Del Mundo" was highlighted in a Miami Heral art review of the Horrt Museum Exhibition in 1994. Recent group exhibitions in 2020 include MINT Gallery, Marietta Cobb Museum of Art and currently an Artist in Resident at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center.
Burnaway, Matthew Terrell review, Something Out Of Nothing, Chastain Arts Center, Atlanta, GA, 2019 and ARTSATL, Shelley Danzy review, Semblance, MINT Gallery, Atlanta, GA, 2020.
Jeff is a multidisciplinary processed based artist compelled to create objects with marginalized or discarded materials inbued with greater meaning. His development as am artist has followed the same path as his ongoing quest to coherently embrace his definition of self. Jeff was born in the Philippines and currently resides in College Park, GA.