A figurative painter, Juron captures much more than just the form of
his subjects, pulling back the veil on difficult, unseen truths.
James lists his influences as Chaim Soutine, Francis Bacon, Vangogh and Edward Hopper.
Artist James Juron speaks about his artwork: “I would like these pieces to stand as statements that bring situations to the surface. They are not meant to be political, as in supporting a political point of view, but more so, messages that reveal repressions within our world. I don’t want to merely illustrate the world I see, but rather, make visible things that are invisible.”
Those Who Have Passed.
Those Who Represent.