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Studio #
83

4210 Ave D

Jay Jones

Ceramics
Problem // Idea
Problem // Idea

2019, Ceramic, glaze, wood, 12 x 18 in.

$160

NFS

2019, Ceramic, glaze, wood, 12 x 18 in.
Problem // Idea

2019, Ceramic, glaze, wood, 12 x 18 in.

$ 160.00 USD

NFS

Untitled cups
Untitled cups

2017, Ceramic, wood ash, Dimensions variable

$25

Available in-studio and in online shop

Untitled
Untitled

2015, Ceramic, Dimensions variable

$25

Available in-studio and in online shop

Prada Display
Prada Display

2021, Ceramic, glaze, decal, wood, 18 x 27 in.

$222

Available in-studio and in online shop

Untitled Vase
Untitled Vase

2017, Ceramic, glaze, decal, 10 x 5 in.

0

Available in-studio and in online shop

Problem // Idea
Problem // Idea

2019, Ceramic, glaze, wood, 12 x 18 in.

$160

Available in-studio and in online shop

Supreme Soap
Supreme Soap

2019, Ceramic, glaze, decal, 9 x 5 in.

0

Available in-studio and in online shop

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Jay Jones

About the Artist

Jay Jones is an artist and designer living and working in Austin, TX. His work, often subversive in nature, navigates themes of technology, consumerism and mass production with a lucid awareness of their role in the artist's own nostalgia. Jones doesn't need to reach far for inspiration; he uses personal experience to mold artifacts belonging to his own Millennial generation, humanity's first digital natives. Almost exclusively using traditional materials, his pieces elevate the mundane and push the ordinary into a different realm. Although he rarely abandons a sense of levity, his work challenges viewers to abandon their own assumptions and see beyond the object's default function. He received his BFA in both Studio Art and Communication Design from Texas State University in 2015 and works full time as a graphic designer.

Artist Statement

Jay Jones is an artist and designer living and working in Austin, TX. His work, often subversive in nature, navigates themes of technology, consumerism and mass production with a lucid awareness of their role in the artist's own nostalgia. Jones doesn't need to reach far for inspiration; he uses personal experience to mold artifacts belonging to his own Millennial generation, humanity's first digital natives. Almost exclusively using traditional materials, his pieces elevate the mundane and push the ordinary into a different realm. Although he rarely abandons a sense of levity, his work challenges viewers to abandon their own assumptions and see beyond the object's default function. He received his BFA in both Studio Art and Communication Design from Texas State University in 2015 and works full time as a graphic designer.

jayjonesdesigner.com
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