Paul Jackson
             Welcome to my Website; Paul Jackson
Here​ you can find out what exhibitions I have coming up in England. Where I am Storytelling next or what Book & Art projects I am working on this winter 2018. There are extensive pages on all my artwork​, storytelling, writing and Illustrating. 

​​​​To help you navigate please either click on the titled pages on the left or point your curser over images. Some of These will lead you through to other areas of interest.

There is also a 
Guest Book for comments and a dedicated email address; for contacting me. Purchases of my art workcan be made though my email and I make the deliveries myself in Britain and pack pieces for travel abroad. Commissions take between 3~9 months depending on the time of year.



                                                           The Book of 'I'
                                                            by Paul Jackson.​


Paul Jackson and Rosie Andersen are currently working ​​on the next book The Lost Key.
An anglo Saxon tale​ for your delight.  

​​Hare & Moon Gallery Norfolk
large selection of ceramics​.
​for more information contact;

FacebookPaul Jackson/Elsewhere studios



Director of the Society for Storytelling   (SFS)
​Member of SCBWI andThe Association of Illustrators​ (AOI) & Norfolk Contemporary Crafts Society
© Artwork, Sculptures and Stories Copyright Paul Jackson   
Last Updated
June 4th 2018
for Storytelling
Please click   Bookings
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If you click on this image it will take you to the Society for Storytelling Website
​There you will be able to follow all the exciting things we are planning for 2017/18.
​Its going to be a thrilling year! National storytelling week:
27th Jan ~ 3rd Feb 2018​
NEW Books: Songs of the Tree's 2016/17
Introduction to Storytelling: Cover design (see Book Cover design 2018  
The Lost Key Aug 2018

A beautiful Story written By Rosie Andersen about a walk through a forest of trees, where the path becomes a labyrinth that takes the reader on a Journey through their own ​​​relationship with nature and leads to a place where they can find a greater awareness of themselves. ​​​LINK:​