New Work

Here we go again!

Here we go again! By now I have realized I blog more traveling, and run silent at home. Travel involves layovers, boredom, aka blog time. My studio knows nothing of boredom. We had a big summer at the Avalanche Ranch. Painting, bird watching, publishing a new book, planning new adventures and enjoying familiar faces. We…

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Now available! The Wandering Watercolorist

The book is finally here and we are thrilled with how well it came out! A huge thanks to all who helped make it a reality. 🙂 All of the Kickstarter copies and pre-orders have been shipped out, and we have extras available! Order your signed copy of this special limited edition book today! Pauljackson.com

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Summer fun and inspiration

It is so nice to be home for the summer! This is a rare occurrence for us, as we seem to be in perpetual motion. This summer we are happy to have a museum exhibition and workshop at home in Columbia, Missouri. The exhibition, “the Adventurous Spirit”, features my recent travel paintings, work from New…

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Ketchup Blogging and other news

Ketchup Blogging.(hereby coining that term), is what I have to do when so much time passes between blog posts and I have to cram a whole lot of stuff in one post to catch up. It’s not the most appealing way to serve up info. I prefer to deliver tidbits of news in bite sized…

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Paul Jackson’s Blade Brushes

Just in time for holiday studio painting, my new “Blade” brushes are ready to go. These are specialty watercolor brushes that make great calligraphic strokes and wonderful shapes with their extreme taper. They are a hardy synthetic brush, carry a lot of paint and make a sharp point. The 1″ brush is $35, the 2″…

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“Blown Away” mural by Paul Jackson

At the southeast corner of Broadway and Hitt Street in Columbia MO, you’ll find the Alpine shop, featuring a new mural on its west wall. My crew, (mostly family), spent the last two weeks painting “Blown Away”, a 16×68′ design that is stopping traffic already. I love ambitious projects, and this one occurred at a…

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