The Endangered, Can Art Save Them?
An International Art Exhibition
(November 7 through January 8, 2021)
William Jones has an extensive artist background. He was trained as a traditional artist. William went to a Vocational High School and majored in commercial Art in New York. While attending school, he was able to go to Pratt Institute where he was introduced to Fine arts. William joined the military with a career as a Visual Artist. He worked as a Graphic Designer, Ground System Illustrator, Medical Illustrator and Graphics Instructor. William is a veteran and is currently working as a Multimedia Illustrator.
I have always had a love for the arts, portrait paintings and abstract arts. Being trained as a traditional artist, has given me the tools to create images that tells a story and makes the viewer feel some type of emotions when they view my art work. My family and friends are part of my journey and inspiration. As a child, I grew up in New York City during the 60s and 70s with a twist of a southern background in North Carolina, which greatly influenced me as an artist. Many of images reflect the faces of black people during those times and during the Civil Rights movement.
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