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New York Historical Society

Picture the Dream: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement Through Children'

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Bea Jackson's work is included in the exhibit Picture the Dream: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement Through Children's Books at the New York Historical Society.

Bea Jackson

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Painted Words, Inc
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Profile

Brittany Jackson loves telling stories through her art, from dynamic and diverse character design, to delightfully fun and energetic children’s book illustrations. She attended the College for Creative Studies and was the Grand Prize Winner of the L Ron Hubbard’s Illustrator of the Future Award in 2007. With over 15 years of experience as a freelance illustrator, Brittany works in a variety of art styles. In addition to her work as a children’s book illustrator, character and concept artist, Brittany’s work has been featured on the covers of books, comics, and in various magazines and articles. Her first illustrated picture book is Parker Looks Up, published by Aladdin Books.

Style/Techniques

Collage, Digital, Figurative, Painterly

Subject/Specialties

Children, Children's Books, Family, Greeting Cards, Historical, Holidays, Icons, People, Political, Portrait, Ethnic