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The Reverse Mermaid by Jack Skinner
The Bounty by Jack Skinner
William Wallace by Jack Skinner
Super Bowl Trophy With Confetti by Jack Skinner
Super Bowl Trophy by Jack Skinner
Gronk by Jack Skinner
Do Your Job by Jack Skinner
Stay Safe This Year by Jack Skinner
HO HO GO... by Jack Skinner
Snowy Night At The Inn by Jack Skinner
The Shiver and Shake Watch on Christmas Eve by Jack Skinner
Rookie Working Christmas Eve by Jack Skinner
Early Christmas Morning Coffee by Jack Skinner
Silent Knight by Jack Skinner
Thoreau's Cabin by Jack Skinner
Longfellow's Grist Mill In Winter by Jack Skinner
The Bouys were hung on the shack with care by Jack Skinner
New England Winter Crossing by Jack Skinner
Ray Emerson's Old Barn by Jack Skinner
Wintery night at Thoreau's Cove by Jack Skinner
The Toy Shop by Jack Skinner
Call out the Plows by Jack Skinner
Winter Coastal Storm by Jack Skinner
Thoreau's Cove by Jack Skinner
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About Jack Skinner
Currently living in Waltham, Massachusetts, I was born and raised in Watertown, Massachusetts. I graduated from Watertown High School in 1968, and I was accepted by Boston University School of Fine Arts and also Northeastern University by the College of Criminal Justice. Not wanting to become a "starving artist", I opted for studies in Law Enforcement. I kept art as a hobby.
I had been a police officer since 1972 for the Concord, Massachusetts Police Department. After 43 years on the job ,I retired in 2015. I am also a Police Composite Sketch Artist. Officially, I have been a police sketch artist since 1996. As a police sketch artist, aside from having a little ability in art one must possess good interviewing skills. It's the job of the artist to produce on paper a likeness of a "Bad Guy" from the memory of a witness or victim.This "likeness", unfortunately will never be a portrait, but more of a caricature, where the investigating officers can use it to identify suspects or eliminate potential suspects. I work with pencils and a BIG eraser.
As a Sketch Artist , I was taught by Rick and Carrie Parks of the Parks Institute for Forensic Art. They travel the country teaching police officers how to draw. I also attended the FBI Academy course on Facial Imaging in February, 2000.
After being placed in the middle of society's "little problems" on a daily basis, it is nice to come home and escape to my art for some relaxation. I mainly work with acrylics, since my last oil painting sat in the corner for 4 years gathering dust while it "dried". In 2009, I also began painting with pastels. I became a student of Jeanne Smith, I am a member of the Concord Art Association and a juried artist member in the Cape Cod Art Association.