When looking at these images, you may think “Hey, these are some pretty nice photographs.” Well, look again. These aren’t photos – they’re watercolor paintings!
Paul Jackson is a prolific watercolor artist and ambitious world traveler. Whether his subject is landscape, cityscape, portrait, architecture, still life or abstract, Paul captivates his audience with genuine emotion, intensity and finesse that energize each of his creations.
Jackson’s artwork has been on the cover of The Artist’s Magazine four times. Other media featuring Jackson’s work include American Artist, Forbes Magazine, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, NPR, and CBS News, among others.
About The Artist
Paul Jackson spent his adventurous childhood in Starkville, Mississippi. He discovered his passion for watercolor at Mississippi State University in 1985. He received a Master of Fine Arts degree in Missouri in 1992, and has since been relentless in pursuit of his creative dreams, receiving top honors in national and international competitions, contributing his art to a vast library of magazines and books and sharing his creative influence to all corners of the earth. Much of Paul’s portfolio of watercolors hang in private collections; the Missouri State Capitol, Governor’s Mansion and Supreme Court all prominently feature Jackson watercolors. Jackson is an eagle scout, an adventurous spirit and travels the earth in search of visual inspiration. To learn more, visit www.pauljackson.com.