Tom Jackson creates fine art and illustrations for all ages. He works with pen and ink, watercolor, oil paint, and color pencil.
His work is at different times playful, humorous, and haunting.
Recent reviews of Tom's black-and-white illustrations for The Shame of What We Are, by Sam Gridley, from New Door Books:
"Tom Jackson's illustrations are priceless and really catch the mood of the story, the landscape and the times."
"The Shame of What We Are is a beautifully illustrated collection of connected stories that follow Art Dennison from 1951, when he is five years old, to 1964."