Ronald Llewellyn Jones 🍉


Reflections

An accumulative online journal which includes social media posts and reflective essays




We Grieve Different:

Finding words to capture the complicated.
July 2024

Jeff, Come Along For The Ride:

Reflecting on planting memories.
June 2024

Holding Space:

Reflecting on the decade of absence of three community members.
June 2024

[Be Still]:

Reflecting on the continuation and conversion of a video series to a multidisciplinary project.
June 2024

We Are Deserving Of A Safe Community:

Reflecting on the sexual abuse and breach of trust perpetrated by a former Houston arts and community leader.
April 2024

On Crossing No Horizon:

Reflecting on the inspiration for “Cross No Horizon”.
April 2024

Continuum First Drafts:

Reflecting on the history of a want and an action to see it through.
February 2024

Atelier de la Nature:

Reflecting on time spent collaborating in Louisiana
October 2023

For Jesse:

Reflecting on the sharing time and space with prolific Houston artist Jesse Lott.
July 2023

Formfitting:

Reflecting on the a three-dimensional recreation of space.
July 2023

For Corey:

Reflecting on the passing of a community member.
May 2023

Being Found:

Reflecting on being published.
March 2023




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Current & Upcoming

A catalog of events, exhibitions and happenings





Friday, October 4 - November 2, 2024

306 East 3rd St
Austin, TX 78705

An exhibition that examines and celebrates the role of the artist as “rule breaker.” It pays homage to that tendency in artists to think outside the box and to envision the world differently. “Ban This Show” functions to support and encourage the artistic impulse towards change, divergence, rebelliousness, experimentation, and self-reflection.




Halloween Art and Nature Festival
Saturday, October 26, 2024
10am-4pm


Atelier de la Nature
1050 Andrew Gautreaux Rd
Arnaudville, LA 70512

This year's theme will be “Creepy Crawlers” inspired by the 1960’s activity game that taught children to cast plastic insects and other ‘creepy’ organisms out of molds.

This year Atelier de la Nature will host four Southern artists as they create bug and other creepy-crawler-themed sculptures from recycled metals using a portable casting furnace and blacksmithing forge installed onsite at the Atelier grounds.

In addition, there will be live insects, giant arachnids, amazing arthropods, pickled sea roaches, segmented bodies, exoskeleton suits of armor, antennae and much more!

Our 2024 festival mascot is “Franken-Mantis” by artist and biologist Cheyenne Eagles.

The festival will be on Saturday, October 26, 2024, from 10-4, with film screenings starting at 6, other nocturnal activities and camping after for those that want to.

Start getting your beetlejuices flowing and make sure to save the date!






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