Subject Tags: original painting, wood panel, reds, couples, colors of autumn, autumn colors, falling leaves, benches, parks, lovers, impressionist landscape, minimalist landscape, contemporary landscape, landscapes, blue sky, blues
Size: 12"W x 12"H x 2.75"D
Year Created: 2015
Ready to Hang
Painting for me is like playing a jazz instrument. I can express my emotions and thoughts about life.
My work infuses both bright and dark realities and pairs those truths with the fantasy of frozen moments.
The medium I primary use to create my work is acrylic paint on wood panel.
" Art is like taking a breath of fresh air, without it my life would be polluted.
Kerream Jones was born in 1978 in Reading, PA and now resides in Atlanta, GA. Jones is a prolific artist whose work possesses a multifaceted and timeless quality. Beginning as an illustrator in high school, Kerream was first introduced to the art world through his imitations of comic book characters and sketches. Soon thereafter he was encouraged by an art teacher to examine the craft more seriously and challenge himself to seek his own style. After entering and winning several art contests, Kerream went on to attend the Art Institute of Atlanta, where he studied graphic design, and the American Intercontinental University in Atlanta, where he graduated with a degree in visual communications. Wasting little time, Kerream immediately set about the task of joining the art community in Atlanta and constructing a business operation that would serve as a platform for his burgeoning catalogue. He travels the country exhibiting his pieces and also operates his own fine art and publishing business, Kamarja Art. Jones’ work has led him to received commissions from Verzion Wireless, Pepsi, Upscale Magazine, Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine, the City Of Chicago, Martell and various non-profit organizations. Having developed an ever-growing following of art lovers, his work is in the hands of private collectors worldwide. Jones’ artwork portrays that of an older soul and gives you an inner look into his perspective of the world around him.