is a Contemporary American Artist from Vermont specializing in wildlife landscapes created in acrylic paint. His backgrounds tend toward a soft focus style with detailed scenes captured in the forefront. Wildlife, nature scenes, and New England landscapes are his main focus. His unique techniques sometimes look more like a photograph than an acrylic landscape
Bradley Jackson's painting has been exhibited in the National Wildlife Art Exhibition in Kansas City, Kansas; the Wildlife Festival in Tulsa, OK; Southeastern Wildlife Exposition, Charleston, SC; the Michigan Wildlife Art Festival in Southfield, MI, and the Waterfowl Festival in Easton, MD. His studio is located in Weathersfield, Vermont.