Paul Jackson qualified in Studio Ceramics in 1977 at Harrow School of Art. Following a short period teaching in London, he relocated to Cornwall, where he established his pottery in 1979. He moved to his present home at Helland Bridge, near Bodmin, where he works in a studio converted from an old chapel, in 1989. He has exhibited regularly and widely in both the UK and the US, and his work can be found in many major galleries. He collaborates with fellow potter Chris PRINDL.
He exhibits at Gallery TRESCO on the Isles of Scilly. His son Jethro JACKSON is also an artist and the owner of Porthilly Gallery.
works and access
Affordable Art Fair, London 2010
Open Studios Cornwall 2013; 2014; 2017
2015: 'Elemental', Circle Contemporary, Wadebridge (6 Dec 2015 - 15 Feb 2016)
2017: Abstract 7, Penwith Gallery (14 Oct-11 Nov)
2019: Rediscovering Fowey Moor, Terre Verte Gallery, Altarnun (27 April-21 June)
Exh Catalogue, Gallery TRESCO for artists showing at the Affordable Art Fair 2010 (photo likeness, artist's statement & illus)