SUBMERSED A new original acrylic painting on canvas by Ryan Jones ~Now on display at Jones Art Gallery A new painting by Ryan Jones sends viewers underwater for a unique chance to view a world not seen on a day-to-day basis. “Submersed”, a 6 foot by 4 foot acrylic on canvas, is all about viewing […]
Louis Jones got his start in the art business long before he understood the significance of building a career. Jones is one of the family owners who runs the Jones Art Gallery in Virginia Beach, which has been a pillar in the community since the 1950s. Recently, the Jones family settled into a new space […]
A few minutes past 6 p.m. on Oct. 23, Thalia Station 7 firefighter Hope Scott responded to an emergency call from Jones Art Gallery. A line break was spewing hundreds of gallons of water into the gallery on the ground floor of the Armada Hoffler building. The station’s crew jumped into action. Until that moment, […]
Louis Jones creates 3rd drawing for John Grisham, with the newly released “Ford County”, debuting at #1 on the New York Times Bestseller List for Hardcover Fiction. View Article from the Virginian-Pilot >>
Louis Jones created the interior title page drawing for another novel by British author Ian McEwan. “On Chesil Beach” debuted at #7 on the New York Times Bestsellers List for Hardcover Fiction.
Louis just closed a deal with award-winning producer and director, Stephen Simon, for the use of his images for “Conversations with God”, the movie. Louis’ cover art has appeared on the entire “Conversations with God” book series, which has had worldwide acclaim. These images will also be used in “The Making of Conversations with God”, […]
As a result of the unparalleled success of the Jones Art Gallery at Town Center, the Jones family decides to consolidate their efforts at Town Center and close their other successful art gallery at Dominion Tower in Norfolk, VA. After 12 years at that location, the Jones family would like to thank Dominion Tower and […]
The Joneses open the doors to their Soho style, highly experimental studio/gallery at Town Center in Virginia Beach, VA. The public response has been overwhelming. As Louis recently stated, “This is a work in progress; ever-changing, ever-challenging to us and to our audience.”
British author, Ian McEwan, selects Louis to create the title page illustration for “Saturday”, another New York Times bestseller for this critically acclaimed author. This is Louis’ eighth image on or in a book to reach the New York Times Bestsellers List.
John Grisham has again selected Louis to create the title page illustration for his upcoming novel, “Bleachers”, to be released in September 2003. We look forward to its’ arrival on the New York Times Bestsellers List. Again, our thanks to John Grisham and Doubleday Publishers.