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Mysterious Worlds of James Juron (8 images)

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A figurative painter, Juron captures much more than just the form of
his subjects, pulling back the veil on difficult, unseen truths.

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James lists his influences as Chaim Soutine, Francis Bacon, Vangogh and Edward Hopper.

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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.”

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Those Who Have Passed.

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Those Who Represent.

Old Skin

Old Skin.

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Manfestation.

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