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530 West 25th Street, New York, NY  Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
530 West 25th Street
Tue - Sat, 11am - 6pm
Jun Jamosmos
Répartie in Art
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Bella Luna
Oil on Canvas
30" x 24"   Bella Luna
    Oil on Canvas
    30" x 24"
    Jun Jamosmos

  • Gaze of Peace
Oil on Canvas
24" x 30"   Gaze of Peace
    Oil on Canvas
    24" x 30"
    Jun Jamosmos

  • The Painted One
Oil on Canvas
18" x 24"   The Painted One
    Oil on Canvas
    18" x 24"
    Jun Jamosmos

  • Magenta Girl
Oil on Canvas
24" x 30"   Magenta Girl
    Oil on Canvas
    24" x 30"
    Jun Jamosmos

  • The Wedding Ring
Oil on Canvas
30" x 24"   The Wedding Ring
    Oil on Canvas
    30" x 24"
    Jun Jamosmos

  • The Red Scarf
Oil on Canvas
18" x 24"   The Red Scarf
    Oil on Canvas
    18" x 24"
    Jun Jamosmos

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Jun Jamosmos

JUN JAMOSMOS

Répartie in Art
July 7 – July 28, 2015
Reception: Thursday, July 9, 2015 6-8 PM

“My art is an extension of my life experience,” says painter Jun Jamosmos. This outgrowth of his life experience combines spirituality and spontaneity to create a truly compelling body of work. He captures the essence of a wide variety of people, using a color palette that leans toward earth tones (though his images are often punctuated with bright shades and streaks). In each portrait, Jamosmos shows a strong ability to reproduce facial expressions, physical gestures, and body positions to reflect the character of each subject on canvas. Placed against richly textured fields of color, the people in his paintings form a strong bond with the viewer, their eyes drawing us into their painted world with surprising clarity. 

Jamosmos says his portraits often start with chance meetings with people who eventually agree to sit for a photo session with him. Those photo sessions do not only lead to the inevitable painted portrait, but also they often begin long-lasting personal friendships. “Every subject I paint,” he says, “invokes a call to a journey that doesn’t stop with and in the canvas.”