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Oil on Hexagon Canvas 36" x 36"

This piece vibrates when viewed with 3D glasses.

Geometric "Ma and Pa Kettle" Painting  By Angie Jones.
(Appropriation of American Gothic American Gothic
Painting by Grant Wood, 1930)

“There is satire in it, but only as there is satire in any realistic statement. These are types of people I have known all my life. I tried to characterize them truthfully—to make them more like themselves than they were in actual life.”
― EGrant Wood
Oil on Hexagon Canvas 36" x 36"

This piece vibrates when viewed with 3D glasses.

Geometric "Ma and Pa Kettle" Painting  By Angie Jones.
(Appropriation of American Gothic American Gothic
Painting by Grant Wood, 1930)

“There is satire in it, but only as there is satire in any realistic statement. These are types of people I have known all my life. I tried to characterize them truthfully—to make them more like themselves than they were in actual life.”
― EGrant Wood
Oil on Hexagon Canvas 36" x 36"

This piece vibrates when viewed with 3D glasses.

Geometric "Ma and Pa Kettle" Painting  By Angie Jones.
(Appropriation of American Gothic American Gothic
Painting by Grant Wood, 1930)

“There is satire in it, but only as there is satire in any realistic statement. These are types of people I have known all my life. I tried to characterize them truthfully—to make them more like themselves than they were in actual life.”
― EGrant Wood
Oil on Hexagon Canvas 36" x 36"

This piece vibrates when viewed with 3D glasses.

Geometric "Ma and Pa Kettle" Painting  By Angie Jones.
(Appropriation of American Gothic American Gothic
Painting by Grant Wood, 1930)

“There is satire in it, but only as there is satire in any realistic statement. These are types of people I have known all my life. I tried to characterize them truthfully—to make them more like themselves than they were in actual life.”
― EGrant Wood

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Ma and Pa Kettle Painting

Angie Jones

United States

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 36 W x 36 H x 1.5 D in

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Oil on Hexagon Canvas 36" x 36" This piece vibrates when viewed with 3D glasses. Geometric "Ma and Pa Kettle" Painting By Angie Jones. (Appropriation of American Gothic American Gothic Painting by Grant Wood, 1930) “There is satire in it, but only as there is satire in any realistic statement. These are types of people I have known all my life. I tried to characterize them truthfully—to make them more like themselves than they were in actual life.” ― EGrant Wood

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

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Size:36 W x 36 H x 1.5 D in

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My work activates through the digital and the physical. Angie Jones is an American artist who lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Her work addresses the influence of technology on our shared brain circuitry. She uses painting, video, and sculpture to study how technology invades our lives. Angie deconstructs the work using faceted surfaces (like low polygon video game art) to create something new from something old and make it new again. In the end, she maintains one foot in the past and another in the future and calls into question how we perceive art and images by tracing a loop historically through representation, technology, and science. She holds 25+ years of experience in Visual Effects and Animation, working as an Animation Supervisor and Animator for studios such as Sony Pictures Imageworks, Cinesite, Disney, and feature franchises like Stuart Little, Xmen, Pan's Labyrinth & The Smurfs. Before this, she dedicated her time working in Video Games like Red Dead Redemption, Oddworld Abe's Exoddus, and Dino Crises. Her experiences working in Visual Effects, Video Games, and Animation inspires the "peak shift" palette, faceted surface, and idiosyncratic portrayal of personality through paint, video, animation, and sculpture. In 2021, inspired by Beeple, the artist, and the increased visibility of Bitcoin and NFTS, Angie explored new spaces for artists through blockchain. Saatchi Art curators encouraged Angie to participate in her first NFT drop with the "The Other Avatars" project. "The Other Avatars" is a collection of 2,523 individual works of art created by 154 artists. Each artist made at least 10 unique avatars and a maximum of 20 for the project. The collection of avatars sold out in less than 20 minutes! Angie tokenized her small edition of 15 avatars on the Ethereum blockchain @OpenSea, January 2022. Angie is currently working on a new drop for Spring 2022, consisting of "one of one" masterworks and new PFP collections, all conceived from unique storytelling, lore, worlds, and metaverse. - https://stixandjones.art/ Jones was featured at Miami Art Basel in December 2017 as a Pantone trending artist issuing two limited edition prints to celebrate the year’s color – Ultra-Violet through the support of Saatchi Art. Jones earned a degree in Electronic Arts from the Atlanta College of Art and a Master of Fine Arts in Painting from Laguna College of Art + Design.

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