About the Artist

Jared Paul Wilson, with his wife, Erin, and daughter, Lily Madison, at 
the Museum of Western Art for his solo "Artist of the Month" exhibit.
Jared Paul Wilson is a Texas wildlife and western artist, TV actor and children’s book author and illustrator.  Wilson created, co produces, writes, animates, voice over and live acts within Stable Fables, a new children’s TV show on RIDE TV.  Stable Fables is now available on DISH network within 8 – 14 million homes and has gained several accolades. Among such notable achievements are receiving two Honorable Mentions at the Cynopsis Kids !magination Awards and “Best Animation” at the Equus International Film Festival.   

As an author and illustrator, Jared Paul Wilson is represented by Ronnie Ann Herman Literary Agency in New York City. Wilson is also a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators.  He has three published children’s books, all of which have receive high praise from both reviewers and readers alike. Children's books created by the author/illustrator provide a positive message through entertaining story telling.  Jared Paul Wilson shines as an illustrator with his use of color, detail and suggestion of a story beyond the story.


Jared Paul Wilson with wife, Erin, at Cynopsis Media
Kids !magination Awards in New York City.
Jared Paul Wilson’s career as a professional wildlife and western artist has seen great success with his ability to depict Southern culture and the wildlife that inhabit the vast landscapes.  Staying true to the wonders of Texas and all its intricacies is a passion of Wilson.  He is extremely proud about his heritage and all aspects that make the Lone Star State both unique and beautiful.  In his artwork, Wilson strives to evoke a sense of feeling and connection with the viewer through each piece - a responsibility not taken lightly.  The artist generates a high level of meticulously photo realistic detail, texture and contrast within all of his masterpieces, a hallmark of Jared Paul Wilson artwork.         

Art by Jared Paul Wilson can be found in several private collections worldwide. He has exhibited at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Museum of Western Art, Brenham Heritage Museum and the Butler Longhorn Museum. Wilson has been featured within Colored Pencil Magazine, Hill Country Sun, Ft. Worth, TX City Magazine, Sun Watcher Magazine, Show Circuit Magazine, The Roundup, Ann Kullberg’s Color Pencil Magazine and IN Magazine. He has been interviewed on radio shows such as the Texas Wildlife Radio Show, The Ranch and the Financial Breeze. Fox News has featured Wilson and Prismacolor, the internationally acclaimed company that produces the medium used by the artist, has profiled him.

Wilson is a three-time cancer survivor and through his life-threatening battles awoke a burning passion to share his creativity with the world. It is this brush with mortality that has driven the artist to maintain an unwavering and uncanny work ethic evident through his artwork. Every day given is a gift from God and Jared Paul Wilson creates artwork in an effort to not waste a moment of it.

In December 2009, Jared Paul Wilson married his wife, Erin, on the beautiful beaches of Fort Lauderdale, FL. Erin is a native Minnesotan and the two currently reside in Lake Jackson, TX, with their daughter, Lily Madison and a beagle named Daisy.


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