ABOUT

Ronald Llewellyn Jones is a Texas based multidisciplinary artist whose artwork explores barriers between creatives and audiences while including conversations regarding individuals and their communities. Jones challenges each individual’s respective perceptions in regards to the availability of access and agency within normative societal structures.

Jones' work has been exhibited at Foltz Fine Art, Houston Museum of African American Culture, Art League Houston, Flatland Gallery, Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Space HL, Galveston Arts Center, Hardy and Nance Studios, and BOX 13 ArtSpace. He has also led workshops in collaboration with Lemon Grove Public Library, Rosenberg Library, Houston Community College, TxRx, and Awty International School.

His work has been documented in Houston Chronicle, Houston Public Media, PaperCity Magazine, CITE, Spectrum South, Hyperallergic, Houstonia, New York Times, BBC News, United Nations, Democracy Now!, FreePressHouston, HoustonPress, and Glasstire.

Jones is also represented by Hooks-Epstein Galleries in Houston, Texas.