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Triune by Jon Woodhams
Something Borrowed Something Blue by Jon Woodhams
Autumnal Frolic by Jon Woodhams
Julia by Jon Woodhams
Lily by Jon Woodhams
The Moving Van Moves No More by Jon Woodhams
The Gathering Storm by Jon Woodhams
Composition Oraculaire by Jon Woodhams
Color of the Blues by Jon Woodhams
A Blue True Dream of Sky by Jon Woodhams
Convergence by Jon Woodhams
Composition Logarithmique by Jon Woodhams
Composition Patinee by Jon Woodhams
Sharpened by Jon Woodhams
A Flight of Arrows by Jon Woodhams
Composition des Pyramides by Jon Woodhams
Composition de Carrefour by Jon Woodhams
Stratified by Jon Woodhams
Mighty Oaks from Little Acorns Grow by Jon Woodhams
Reflections in a Golden Eye by Jon Woodhams
Of Making Many Books There Is No End by Jon Woodhams
Theater District by Jon Woodhams
Composition Planetaire by Jon Woodhams
Composition in Celadon by Jon Woodhams
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About Jon Woodhams
Artist Statement: Thank you for visiting my gallery on Pixels/Fine Art America. In a very real sense, art does not truly exist until someone besides the artist sees it. So I don't take your visit for granted, and I hope you enjoy the images I have posted here.
I love vintage things (especially old cars, old phones and radios, and old cameras), so my photography tends to focus on things like that, though I also shoot macros and other types of photography. When it comes to my digital art, it's a different matter. I love bold, rich, vibrant color and am especially fond of large square-format abstracts. Some of them are transformed from my photos, while others are made 'from scratch.' I love both types of work equally because they are both personal and meaningful to me.
Artist Bio: Jon Woodhams grew up in a small central Michigan town in the shadow of the auto plants of Lansing and the cereal factories of Battle Creek. After high school, he studied the fine arts at a private Chicago-area college. He has lived in Colorado Springs and Brooklyn, and now resides in Memphis, Tennessee. When not shooting pictures or creating art, he is a book editor for a small New York publisher. Solo exhibits: Lucius E. and Elsie C. Burch, Jr. Library (Collerville, TN): July 2015, July 2016, October 2017 Memphis Botanic Garden (Fratelli's Cafe): May 2016 Bartlett Performing Arts and Conference Center (Bartlett, TN): January-February 2016 Four-person show: FourSights at Gallery Ten Ninety One (Cordova/Memphis), April 2017 Group exhibits with Bartlett Art Association and Artists' Link: Christian Brothers University's Beverly & Sam Ross Gallery (Memphis) Trezevant Manor (Memphis) Gallery Ten Ninety One (Cordova/Memphis)
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