JET Magazine: Black Sheep Not Always Bad

Sparked by the disconnect in society with the devaluing of Black lives, artist Jeromyah Jones painted his emotions onto a raw canvas entitled, “Black Sheep Are Not Always Bad.” The oil painting highlights the grief of mothers, Mamie Till (mother of Emmett Till), Sybrina Fulton (mother of Trayvon Martin), Lesley McSpadden (mother of Michael Brown) and Gwen Carr (mother of...

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Feasting on Inspiration

A Delectable Collection of Landscapes and Still Life Paintings by The Father and Son Art Duo JEROME AND JEROMYAH JONES Cary 100 is the Perfect Venue for our Art Menu Opening Art Reception and Dinner Thurday,  May 15, 2014 7 -10 PM THE EXHIBITION CONTINUES THROUGH JUNE 15, 2014 100 East Cary Street Richmond, Va

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Pass Event: Hampton Univ.

THE ART OF FATHER AND SON AS ONE Jerome and Jeromyah Jones HAMPTON UNIVERSITY MUSEUM  Watch The Video: The View at Hampton U. – The Art of Father and Son   What do these “INGENIOUS ARTISTIC MINDS” have in common? Stevie Wonder, Cal Ripken, Jr., Shirley Chisholm, Bonnie Raitt, Arthur Ashe, Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee, Chuck Mangione, Muhammad Ali, Joe...

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Video: Dark Waters Exhibit

RICHMOND, Va (WTVR) – In celebration of Black History Month, Richmond Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities has a new art exhibit, ‘Dark Waters’ currently on display in Pine Camp’s Spotlight Gallery showcasing the works of local African American artists. Jeromyah Jones, one of the featured artists along with Lashaun Casselle brought along a few...

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Video: Black History Museum

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