Jun JamosmosArtist Reception: June 11th
Jun Jamosmos would say, “...every subject I paint invokes a call to journey that doesn’t stop with and in the canvas. For beyond I see freedom…” The freedom to create and express oneself in a visual medium is liberating for him. Jun primarily paints from life, from photographs or memories of an experience with OIL and ACRYLIC as primary medium. Jun is drawn to simple, plain objects but more than what meets the eye, he paint to find and depict deeper meaning in his subjects, like he swirl of a koi’s tail or the rush of flowing stream. His inspiration stems from the beauty of creation as well as the complexity of it whether in a familiar scene, thing or face even a stranger’s facial features. His new collection of koi painting titled “ORONOCO FLOW’ depicts the serenity and beauty of the koi in its natural, colorful surroundings. He started to draw when he was five years old and painting became a hobby while growing up. Jun is an accountant and a selftaught artist at the same time primarily by brooding over art books and magazines, visiting art museums and galleries. He has studied the technique of his favorite Swedish master painter Anders Zorn. He moved to Stockton from the Philippines in 1995 with his wife and two children.
Accepted Works Haggin, 2016 »