What do these “INGENIOUS ARTISTIC MINDS”  have in common? Stevie Wonder, Cal Ripken, Jr., Shirley Chisholm, Bonnie Raitt, Arthur Ashe, Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee, Chuck Mangione, Muhammad Ali, Joe Gibbs, Michael Jordan, Dorothy I. Height, Neil Diamond, Lonnie Liston Smith, David Plouffe, Michael Vick, Elton John, Dr. Ben Carson, Anderson Cooper, Tramaine Hawkins, Steve Green, Roberta Flack, Kenny Rogers, Peabo Bryson, Jimmy Walker, Hank Aaron, Willie Mays, Ray Charles, B.B.King, Lavar Arrington, Alex Haley, Angela Bofill, Earth Wind & Fire, Martin Luther King, III., Miss America 2010, Caressa V. Cameron, Joe Sample, Dionne Warwick, Stephanie Mills, Stokeley Carmichael, Terry Bradshaw, Dick Gregory, Dr. Cornel West, Patrice Rushen, Christopher Cross, Serena Williams, Liberian President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Tony Brown, Natalie Cole, Smokey Robinson, Melissa Harris Perry, Dr. L.D. Britt, Johnny Mathis, Steve Harvey, Gill Scott Heron, and Nikki Giovanni. They and many others have met and have been painted by the artist, Jerome W. Jones, Jr. After meeting and seeing Jerome’s art portfolio, The King of Pop, Michael Jackson said, ” This is incredible. People need to see this.”

       His son, Jeromyah Jones is following in his father’s creative footsteps as a full time artist by ” Living Our Visions Everyday.” Jerome received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Painting and Printmaking from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1980. Jeromyah is a 2011 Bachelor of Arts degree graduate in Comprehensive Art from Hampton University. They both received their art degrees in three years at the age of 21. This dynamic duo of father and son have made art a way of life as well as a creative way to make a living. They have exhibited across the nation their unique portraits and landscape paintings with a personal yet universal message that speaks to people from all walks of life. Together the father and son’s exhibits have been featured at the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia, Hampton University Museum, the Trumpet Awards Celebration in Atlanta, Capital One, Good Morning Washington, and many other venues. ‘”JARIETY” is the term coined by Jeromyah to describe his style of art that combines a variety of movements and messages.  Through the art from the heart of this father and son, they share the importance of art, history, education, faith, family, community, and philanthropy in a creative way to say ” we are all artists called by The Master Artist to produce art in our chosen fields with the skill, the will, and the zeal to create new worlds of opportunity for others.

     This would be the perfect exhibit for one of your events. Stevie Wonder introduced and invited Jerome to come on stage with him to share his painting of the 8th Wonder of the World with his audience during his concert at Constitution Hall in Washington, DC. on December 4, 1979. The sold out audience gave them a standing ovation. Showing the Fine Art of Jerome and Jeromyah Jones chronicles an odyssey to omnificence that will captivate and cultivate the artist within your viewers. This is a great opportunity for you to share one of the best kept secrets with the world.

 ” There is an art to loving life and that love of life produces art from the heart that creates new worlds! ”  Jerome W. Jones, Jr.

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