Robert Jackson is a contemporary realism painter. Born in 1964, he fully devoted to art only in 1997 and before that he was a minister with an engineering diploma. Jackson's art is rooted in real life (and clearly inspired by Magritte), but there's a strange feeling of oddity in his works - that unusual atmosphere that makes you wonder - is it the composition, the things portrayed, the colours? I think it's all of that and this is yet another artist that tries to tell us "so you say there's nothing special in usualness? just watch."