It's about the process.
Jason’s style is one of “physicality” along the likes of Jackson Pollock and the abstract expressionists of the 1950’s. His work is collected everywhere from corporate collections to homes throughout the United States. His work has also been showcased in art galleries in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and throughout the Midwest. His recent work, both big and bold, has been inspired by the vivid color, texture, and beauty of Loreto, The Baja where from 2007 until 2010 Jason had a studio/gallery. Currently, Jason creates his unique paintings in his studio in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Jason’s latest work is the complete organic synthesis of complex internal emotions combined with the physical act of painting. The current group of work available includes a variety of physical pieces that express emotion through bold color and texture. Jason created these pieces, as he does most of his paintings, on their backs. He then stands the pieces up on edge at different times in the drying process to allow the paint to move on its own, pulling out new reservoirs of memories. He hovers over the pieces moving the paint with grand gestures that allow him to create a synthesis of feelings and physicality throughout the piece.