• I am debating dumping this blog... 
    I just do not seem to have the time anymore for postings.
    It served as a nice place to document my journey but I really don't think anyone is reading it.  
    I tend to spend more time with instagram and fb.  
    Anyone care if I take it down?

  • Oh blogger... I have been cheating on you with instagram, fb and others. I apologize.  

    I have my first solo show his Saturday and would love for anyone out there who reads this to come by and see what I have been working so hard on the past year.  I will have a limited number of printed cards (see below) to sign and handout to those who might like one, too!

    Participating Perception
    Angie Jones - Solo Show
    Saturday, August 16th 2014 6-9PM 
    6039A W. Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232

  • Angie Jones - Save The Date: August 16th 6-9PM
    Solo Show - Prohibition Gallery 

  • The latest piece finally photographed...

    After Life
     48 inches x 36 inches (121.92 cm x 91.44 cm)
    Oil on Canvas, 2014

  • I will be in Walnut Creek, CA this Thursday and Friday for the opening of the Skull show at Bedford Gallery - Lesher Center for the Arts. I have a couple pieces in the show with an amazing roster of artists including Mike Giant, Kim Cogan, Shawn Barber, Erik Jones and Tim Biskup. We are driving up the scenic route, so check my instagram for fun pix along the way.

  • For my friends living up north or who are in the SF area, please come by. They chose the very first skateboards I ever painted to join this curated collection.  I am proud to be showing with the roster of artists including: Mike Giant, Kim Cogan, Shawn Barber, Erik Jones and Tim Biskup.


    Flip-books by artist Juan Fontanive. Fontanive builds the mechanisms by recycling old parts from bicycles and clocks, and hand draws, paints, and screen prints images onto paper.

  • Opening Saturday Night: April 5th
    New Work from Angie Jones

    Flower Pepper Gallery

    Of History And Hope 
     121 E Union Street, Pasadena,
    CA 91103 | p: 626-795-1895

       Opening: Saturday, April 5th, from 6:30 pm- 9:30 pm
    Exhibition: April 5th - May 2nd, 2014

    10% of the proceeds from Of History And Hope will be donated to Lions,
    Tigers & Bears: A Large Cat & Exotic Animal Rescue located in San Diego County.

    Like A Boss
    Angie Jones
    36" x 48" Oil on Canvas 

    Of History And Hope 
    Opening: Saturday, April 5th, from 6:30 pm- 9:30 pm
    Exhibition: April 5th - May 2nd, 2014

    On Saturday, April 5th, Flower Pepper Gallery is pleased to present Of History And Hope, a collection of extinct, endangered, and exotic animal inspired works as portrayed by over 50 diverse and talented artists. 10% of the proceeds from Of History And Hope will be donated to Lions, Tig&amp& Bears: A Large Cat & Exotic Animal Rescue located in San Diego County.
    Please join us on April 5th, 2014 at Flower Pepper Gallery for a night of exploration into the magical and mystical world of the wild.

    The reception is open to the public and on view until May 2nd, 2014.

    Participating artists:

    Amanda Marsh, Angie Jones, Aniaaaaaaaaa, Blake Aaseby, Christopher Umana, Corrie Gregory, Cory Benhatzelwwwwwww, David Natale, Desiree Fessler, Edward Cao, Erich J. Moffitt, Erik Flores, Graham Curran, Halsey Swain, Heather Gross, Jaclyn Aldereesesesesun Kim, Jeannie L. Paske, Jeff McMillan, Jenna Gibson, Joanne Nam, Jon Lau, Jose Jarrrrrrrrabes, Junhee Sim, Junyi Wu, Kelly Thompson, Kisung Koh, Kowoon Jung, Lauren Marx, Leila Ataya, Lisa Congdon, Luciano Martinez, Marissa Kathleen Quinn, Mariam Keurjikian, Nicole Bruckman, N.S. David, Paige Jiyoung Moon, Paul Barnes, Raymond Sanchez, Robert Yancy, Roland Tamayo, Ron Pete, Ruel Pascual, Samimon KangSimon Kangiser, Stephen Holman, Susanne Apgar, Tiffany Liu, Tory Laaaaaalt Hall, Yejin Oh.

    For purchase inquiries please send an email to contact@flower-pepper.com

  • i love her work...

  • Finished this commission and he picked it up today...

  • I so want to collaborate with this guy...

  • I love this...  These videos by Adam Magyar were filmed in Tokyo, New York and Berlin. Magyar positioned himself on trains as they pulled into subway stops, filming the waiting crowds at 50 frames per second using a high speed camera. More info at PetaPixel

  • It's a gorgeous start to Fall... and I am a LA Art Tours featured artist tomorrow, Sunday... and several other dates to come.

    On the tour you will experience the unique grounds (including spectacular views of downtown) and meet with a select group of ten amazing artists. LA Art Tours last approximately 2.5 hours and cover a distance of about 1 mile on the 27 acre grounds (including some stairs.) It's different than the bi-annual art walk because it's more intimate and the artists are usually working while you peek into their world.

    Current Schedule:
    Sunday, Nov 3    (sold out)
    Wed,  Nov 13     6:30 PM
    Sun, Nov 17      (sold out)
    Sat, Nov 30     2:00 PM
    Sun, Dec 1       2:00    PM
    Sun, Dec 15     2:00 PM

  • Three of my newest paintings.
    Got them professionally photographed finally.

  • New Paintings!!! October 19th and 20th, Sat and Sunday!
    Come to the Beverly Hills artSHOW! 

    240 Artists, Over 20 Food Trucks, Wine and Beer Garden, Fun!

    WHO: Stop by Booth #234 and #235! The free show features art by 240 exhibitors from around the nation showcasing their work in: painting, sculpture, watercolor, photography, mixed media, ceramics, jewelry, drawings and printmaking. Including yours truly and Yancey Photo.

    WHERE: 9450 North Santa Monica Boulevard, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
    Activities located along Santa Monica Boulevard, on four sprawling blocks of historic Beverly Gardens Park in the heart of Beverly Hills, between Rodeo and Rexford Drive.  My booth is #235 near the corner of Cannon Drive and Santa Monica Boulevard.  Yancey Photo is right next to me (showing his street photography) in booth #234, so come see us both! 
    PARKING: Where else in L.A. can you get free parking?
    Click here for information on the free parking garages throughout the City of Beverly Hills
    Inexpensive parking is available during the show at many City structures on the opposite side of Santa Monica Boulevard, conveniently located across from the Art Show grounds.

    Dogs are welcome to join you on your stroll!  Look for the food trucks and you will find us.

  • badass...

    Flat-e have been commissioned by Warp Records and Jamie Lidell to create the album artwork, a music promo, video teasers, live show visuals and even costume for the campaign for his soon to be released self-titled album. Taking the self-titled album’s personal themes of love, betrayal, deception and perceptions and the power of Jamie’s voice, Flat-e have created an art direction where Jamie is the master of his own world. Optical illusion and dazzle patterns are the visual motifs that run through Flat-e’s art direction.

    Part of this campaign Flat-e is a music video promo for Jamie’s new single entitled ‘You Naked’. The promo is the first from Jamie’s soon to be released album, conceived of by London Creative Studio, Flat-e who directed and edited the video with no post-production effects using realtime projection. The promo, as you can see in the video below, features Jamie performing in a large cube structure in the middle of a darkened room. He wears a reflective mac that appears to strobe under the lights. Flat-e developed a realtime projection app that allowed the room to shift and blend into multiple environments on the day of the shoo. Jamie affects the orientation and depth of the environment with a motion reactive microphone stand.

    The visuals app was written in openFrameworks, based on a projection mapping system Marek Bereza (programmer) used in his previous projects. The graphics were all based on a triangulation which had a stripe texture mapped to them. All the different scenes in the videos are variations on that – it’s all the same program, but with the parameters in different positions – How big should the stripes be? How random should their orientation be? How strong should the tint colour be? etc etc.

    This was all controlled by a separate Controller app (see screenshot below). It’s also written in openFrameworks, using Marek’s gui library, xmlgui. It let the team map parameters such as the volume of the voice or position of the mic stand, to different parameters of the visualization. They could also assign midi controllers to any slider, and control the dmx lighting inside the mic stand.

    The orientation of the mic stand is measured with a Sparkfun Razor 9DOF IMU, plugged into an xbee module so it can be wireless – the firmware of the IMU had to be tweaked to make it as low bandwidth as possible to minimize latency. The mic stand was built by Rebel Mic Stands, and they retrofitted the sparkfun board inside it. The micstand came with a wireless dmx transceiver so they could control the lighting from the Controller software also.

    The physical setup included 4 projectors projecting onto a steel framed box lined with projection gauze. The projectors were driven by a windows pc, outputting to a DataPath x4 box (like a quadruple-head-2-go.)

    Rob and Matt (the directors) provided Marek with visual concepts and references for about 10 different ideas. Marek would go away and try to interpret the ideas. The team regularly checked in to discuss where the visuals were going, and they ended up boiling it down to one idea, but making it super adjustable to the point where you keep finding new interesting looks by tweaking the sliders. Large number of presets were saved which formed the basis for the video.

    Directed by: Flat-e; Music by: Jamie Lidell; DOP & Steadicam: Thonke; Produced by: Kat Anderson; Programmer: Marek Bereza; Video Commissioner: Warp Records; Camera Assistant: Ed Tucker; Gaffer: Mark Holownia; Production Assistant: Grace Sherrington; Costume & Styling by: Francesca Salter-Dvorak; Set Technician: Matt Barnes; Runners: Fred Vernon, Rosie Taylor, Joel Stephens and Photography: Sandra Ciampone

    Jamie Lidell’s self-titled album is out February 18th on Warp Records.
    Jamie Lidell’s live show and world tour starts on March 8th.

  • love this...

  • Sienna (oil on canvas) by Angie Jones is part of the exhibit The Hounds of Love. (Christine Zeiger)

    Barking about the artists in The Hounds of Love 
    Christine ZeigerArts & Exhibits Examiner 

    The Hounds of Love is a show worth barking about. The exhibit at Cella Gallery in North Hollywood, featuring the work of nearly 60 artists, is a celebration of man’s best friend, clearly demonstrating the admiration and affection that so many people have for dogs. What’s more, the show is benefiting Downtown Dog Rescue, by raising funds for the non-profit.

  • Full Turn is a kinetic light sculpture by Benjamin Muzzin created as a diploma project for his bachelor degree at ECAL. The piece was constructed from two flat screen monitors placed back-to-back and spun at extremely high speed resulting in three-dimensional light forms that hover in thin air.