The latest works from San Antonio, Texas based artist Jason Limon. Of his work, Limon says: “I am an observer of our world, silently scanning its elements and the beings who move among them. My mind absorbs and overflows with thoughts and emotions with no way to be revealed but through marks on a blank surface. There is a curious young soul within me that begs to show its existence. My mind drifts to far of places in hopes of returning with fragments of memories and dreams to share with others. I create so that I may speak. With every image released I step further away from the shadows of my past and into the bright lights of a happier place.”
I’m loving this new collaborative painting by Dan May (left side) and Jason Limon (right side). Entitled “In the Still of Uncertain Streams”, the painting will be shown at the upcoming Dragon Con – “the largest multi-media, popular culture convention focusing on science fiction and fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film in the universe!” which takes place September 3–6, 2010.
Born in 1973 in San Antonio, Texas, Jason Limon began making art at a very young age. Limon studied fine arts and graphic design at the Visual Arts & Technology Center at San Antonio College and began working in commercial graphic design in 1995.
After twelve years of producing award winning logos and designs with a computer, he decided to return to where his passion began: developing artwork by hand and brush. Limon is currently creating gallery work and commercial illustrations, some of which can be seen in Communication Arts, Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles, American Illustration, Print Regional Design and Graphis.