Posts tagged Jeff Jones
Preserving Santa Barbara’s Wild Lands

Jeff Jones’s love for and understanding of the natural world, coupled with decades of experience in remote back country and wild places, form the foundation for his exceptional landscape photography. His highly detailed large-scale panoramic images combine a compelling sense of place with an immediacy of experience. Jeff’s work opens up for us a world not of our making and far greater than our own creations.

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At Altitude: Four Views of the Southern Sierra

From the depths of the sea to the dizzying heights of the Sierra Nevada, the Wildling Art Museum covers exceptional wilderness art wherever it appears. For the many who have not experienced the Southern Sierra, the four artists in this exhibition, Jeff Jones, Tom Killion, Zenaida Mott, and Matthew Rangel, give us that gift through their paintings, prints, photographs, and drawings. Those of us who have experienced the high country will understand their dedication to seeking out the vistas of the Southern Sierra that few of us see, translating them skillfully through their brushes, paints, carved wood, inks, cameras, pencils, pens, and plates – allowing us to consider anew our relationship to and appreciation for nature.

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