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Limited Edition Art Prints $50 each.
A catalog of work that spans almost 20 years.
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About The Artist
JFeelgood is an accomplished artist with over 18 years of experience in various mediums. He has produced a substantial body of work, including several hundred paintings, four published books, five music albums, and a video game. In addition to his own artistic pursuits, JFeelgood has also organized community events and served in leadership roles for various art organizations. He is dedicated to using his art as a means of self-expression and has a strong passion for helping others explore their own creative gifts. JFeelgood's relationship with art is central to his life and he continues to seek new ways to enrich this connection through life experiences and experimentation with new mediums.
Photo by Crystal Pratt
"I was presented with the opportunity to conduct a brief interview with one of the other visiting artists to the Gallery Off Broadway: The enigmatic Jonny Feelgood. I was already somewhat fascinated with this young artist just from visiting his website. His artwork seems to reveal him as a man of a thousand faces in a sense.....he is clearly involved with multiple types of creativity. I was taken by his video work and he told me that his first passion was filmmaking. While speaking with him, I learned that his personality matched the diversity of his artwork....although, that isn't obvious at first. Jonny's voice was a soft, Southern-tinged lilt that was at times difficult to follow but soon became melodious in its own right and somewhat hypnotic. Listening to Jonny talk about his art, his loves, his life is like witnessing some type of soft-spoken performance art...I found myself mesmerized; hanging on every word. Jonny's wisdom and insight belie his youthful appearance; his still waters run seriously deep. My favorite Jonny Feelgood painting is The Solidarity Tree. I believe his masterpiece is yet to come....and when it does, it might just blow our minds.". – The Confounded Cook (2011)