Join us December 2nd

Join us Wednesday, December 2nd, from 5-8 for a very special Art à la Carte!

In addition to our monthly featured artist we will also do a special tree lighting of the Christmas tree we planted out in our flower beds and most importantly the presentation of a check to the Ronald McDonal Charities from the sale of all the November wreaths that were provide by the ΑΔΠ Sorority. Come join us starting at 5PM for all the activities.

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This months featured artist is Chuck Lisner

Photography has taught me to see. Before photography I could only look. Seeing is much more exciting. It is my hope that through my work you will be able to see more clearly the created  world and the world we continue to create.

I have always felt that music touches the soul in a way that nothing else does. Music helps one feel the power beyond. But maybe song is not singular with this endeavor. Maybe art can strike the soul as powerfully as music. 

Some of my most exciting work is the time when I am alone behind the lens. My calmest time in life is at night shooting a scene that cannot normally be seen but is always there; the milky way, an hour after sunset with the rich blue sky, a blue heron standing in the water on a foggy night. Life is always around us if we can only see.

George DeWolfe, a master printer said  “A masterpiece is a simple act of responding authentically to the world in a moment of time.” When I click the shutter I may be in a crowd of people or I may be in a gentle breeze but I am always alone looking through the lens trying to capture the moment, not a second in time but that fleeting moment. 

I enjoy the creative process. It is my hope that my images provide you many moments of enjoyment. 

Chuck Lisner

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October 7th Art à la Carte

Join us October 7th from 5-8pm for Art à la Carte as we welcome

Allen Jones

For over 30 years, I’ve been a photographer, filmmaker, and all around creative person traveling the world on assignments for companies like General Electric and Lockheed Martin.

In more recent years, I decided to concentrate my efforts in still photography with a focus on Gulf Coast landscapes and architecture.

So today, you might find me on the beach before dawn looking for that next amazing sunrise. Or maybe at sunset shooting one of this region’s iconic settings. I’m shooting all the time and expanding my catalog weekly, so to see my latest work please visit me on the web or like me on Facebook at /photographybyallenjones.

While you are enjoying his great photographs you can also enjoy some free wine samples from Byron & Liberated

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August 2015 Featured Artist

Join us August 5th from 5-8pm for this months featured artist

Lisa Mella Burridge

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In viewing her artwork, one would have to say that Lisa Mella Burridge’s philosophy is definitely art imitates life. Grounded in Realism, and self-taught, her style is an attempt to celebrate life by paying close attention to detail, trying to capture it but humbly accepting that it is impossible to improve on it. Immortalizing the emotion in a child’s portrait, the serenity of a beachscape or the simple beauty of the colors in a blue crab are some of the motivating factors for Lisa’s artistic endeavors.

Born and raised in the south, with its great natural diversity, there is never a shortage of subject matter for her to choose from. She enjoys working mostly on a collaborative and commissioned basis, in order to highlight the importance of the client’s vision, taste, and personal style. Teaching is another way Lisa nurtures her passion for art. With 14 years experience, she owns and operates her own business, MellaART, where she teaches children in an extracurricular After School Art program as well as private lesson for children, adults and groups. She is involved in the community, where she teaches for the local colleges and often volunteers her time and skills in order to “give back”.

“All my life, even as a young child, I’ve been able to draw and paint. It was a source of self esteem and naturally evolved into a self-fulfilling prophesy. I consider it to be a gift and like all gifts, should be shared freely. Enjoy.”



We will also be sampling this months featured wines from Bogle

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Join us for our June Featured Artist , Tobbe Byrd

Wednesday, June 3rd from 5-8pm, we welcome,

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Being a Pensacola, Florida native I have access to all the treasures of the Gulf of Mexico. It has given me many subjects to transform into metal works of art. Each piece of art is created by hand; therefore no one piece is identical.

I have been diving and fishing for over 20 years and have seen my subjects in their natural environment. I use this to my advantage in trying to make each piece of aquatic art as realistic as possible.

All of the pieces are hand drawn and then cut with a manually operated plasma cutter.  Once the pieces have been cut out I de-burr and polish them.

This gives you the final product that you see… Enjoy!

Sample some free wines that evening from – Indaba Vineyard, South Africa


Pensacola State College Advanced Photography Program, Jaco’s Sunset Photo Contest

Join us Wednesday, February 4th, from 5-8PM

For the second year, Jaco’s will host the Pensacola State College Advanced Photography Program “Jaco’s Sunset Contest” as part of their Art à la carte monthly featured artist series. This is the final semester for students in the program whose curriculum includes obtaining experience in exhibiting their work. Jaco’s is excited to partner with PSC again this year to give these students not only the opportunity to exhibit their work, but also to support them in their artistic aspirations. Each student is allowed one submission; their classmates vet those submissions; and on February 4th they will display them at Jaco’s. That evening from 5-8PM there will be a special reception where the public is invited to meet the students, discuss their submissions, begin casting their votes, and even enjoy a sample of some featured wines.


For the month of February, the public is encouraged to visit Jaco’s and vote for their favorite photo. At the end of the voting, we will tally all the votes and a winner and runner-up will be selected. Both will receive an award and a prize. The winner also will receive the opportunity to be one of Jaco’s Art à la carte featured artists for a future month, giving them the opportunity to have an independent exhibit of their work.


Come help support Pensacola State College and a future artist by casting your vote during their competition!

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Join us for Art à la carte

Join us Wednesday, January 7th from 5-8pm and meet this months Featured Artist…direct from Paris – Patrice Brunet


Patrice Brunet was born in 1963 in Normandy, France. He discovered the joy of painting when he was given a painting set on his eighth birthday. It was love at first sight!

Patrice graduated from boarding school, in Normandy, in 1981. Before joining the army, he worked as a guide on a Seine riverboat. After his stint in the army, Patrice worked as an antiques dealer. He traveled throughout Europe buying art and antiques. During this time, he continued to paint with passion and studied under Belgium artists.

In 1990, Patrice opened an antiques and art store at the Paris flea market. He opened an antiques and art gallery in Paris in 1995.

Patrice visited the United States on business for the first time in 1996. In 1999, he moved to Pensacola, Florida working as an antiques and art dealer. He later moved to Birmingham, Alabama in 2003, continuing his work as an antiques and art dealer.

Patrice became a full time artist in 2006, painting and selling his original art. In 2007, Patrice became a listed artist.

After years in New York, he’s back in the south and continues his dream of painting, selling original pieces throughout the United States and Europe.



Join us October 1st for our Featured Artist

Join us as we welcome Troy Beshears as our Art à la carte, October Featured Artist.

Come meet him Wednesday October 1st from 5-8pm and come enjoy and purchase his work for the entire month of October inside Jaco’s!

You can read more about him on his

Bio Page


And don’t forget we will be sampling some great wines from Ferrari Carano this month during the event!

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August 2014 Featured Artist

Join us August 6th from 5-8pm as we welcome this months Featured Artist

Jim Sweida

His work will be on display and for sale all month but join us for this intimate in restaurant event where you can meet Jim and sample some great free wines!

 Jim Sweida • Pensacola, Florida

Is it a Photo or a Watercolor?

You may wonder if the images you are looking at are really photos or watercolors. They certainly don’t look like photographs.

The truth is, they really are photographs…with one big difference. They are not printed on traditional photo paper, but rather on watercolor paper. And therein lies the unique difference.

When printing on watercolor paper, the colors are softened, which produces a more subtle color tone and vibrancy. Plus, the watercolor paper provides a visible texture that is missing when printing the image on photo paper. The end result is an image that looks more like a painting than photography.

Born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, I headed west in the mid-’70’s to escape the snow and cold of the frozen tundra.

First stop was Phoenix, Arizona. It was there that I became interested in the history of the ancient Native American and Spanish archeological sites of the Southwest. For the next 10 years I explored and photographed the area extensively.

From there it was on to California where I spent the next 21 years continuing my interest in the history of the area. Most notable are the historic Spanish Missions and ancient sites of the American Southwest.

Now located in the Pensacola area, I capture all of the beauty and history that is the Emerald Coast of Florida.

I have been a juried member of Blue Morning Gallery in Pensacola since 2008 and have exhibited in several local art shows, including the Pensacola Museum of Art’s Art in the Park, the juried members exhibition at the Pensacola Museum of Art, and The Art Gallery at the University of West Florida.

My work is also represented and sold through several U.S. National Parks and leading retail outlets throughout the Southwest, West, Alabama & Florida.

Jim Sweida • Pensacola, Florida 32534

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Come sample this months Spirits from Hess Select


July 2014 Featured Artist

Daniel Baradon

Daniel (Dan) Baradon grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and attended California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, majoring in Biology with a concentration in Field Biology.  His passion for wildlife photography goes back to his undergraduate thesis, The Life History of the Yellow-billed Magpie at Rancho El Chorro, San Luis Obispo County, California, where he observed, annotated, and photographed the behavior, interaction and socialization of the Yellow-billed Magpie (Pica nuttalli) in a natural setting over a 2-year period.  The Yellow-billed Magpie is only found in the central coast of California and nowhere else in the world.  Also during this time, he pursued many artistic endeavors that ranged from Art, Landscape and Wildlife Photography, Stained Glass to lost-wax cast sculpture and jewelry.  Upon graduation in 1978, he attended a year of graduate school in Soil Science and joined the United States Air Force in 1979.  He served for over 24 years and retired in 2004.  His assignments took him overseas to Germany and Denmark where he studied Stained Glass, Marquetry with two German Meisters (Masters in their subject areas), framing and matting, and took in a lot of classical and historical artwork throughout Europe (Italy, Germany, Greece, Denmark, France and Belgium).

After a long layoff in Photography, he has come back to his roots.  With the support of his family, he has rediscovered his passion for a wide number of genres within the photographic medium.  His passion for photographing people, musical artists, wildlife, landscapes is reborn in many of his recent works.  Living in Florida and the beautiful gulf coast on and off for the last 29 years has provided him an open canvas for wildlife photography and the many of the beauties present here.