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Jay Exon’s Paintings
1. BAGGAGE CLAIM acrylic on canvas 48” x 36” These vibrant colors of yellow, purple and green reminded Jay of the lines and movement the of runway and conveyer belts at the airport, so he titled this piece, Baggage Claim. “As kids, we traveled a lot and this polo green color was the color of our luggage so it reminded me of being stuck at the baggage claim at the airport.”
jay exon, art, gallery, tulsa, oklahoma
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Jay Exon’s Paintings

Featured at Joseph Gierek Fine Art


1. BAGGAGE CLAIM

acrylic on canvas

48” x 36”

These vibrant colors of yellow, purple and green reminded Jay of the lines and movement the of runway and conveyer belts at the airport, so he titled this piece, Baggage Claim. “As kids, we traveled a lot and this polo green color was the color of our luggage so it reminded me of being stuck at the baggage claim at the airport.”


2. BASTILLE DAY

acrylic on canvas

40” x 30”

Bastille Day was named by Jay’s nephew. Looking at the blue and blood red colors, he saw the French flag and named it after the French day of Independence, Bastille Day.


3. NOODLIN’ IS A COLORFUL BUT DANGEROUS WAY TO FISH

acrylic on canvas

60” x 60″

The concept of noodling fascinated Jay. “The fact that there are people who go down to the river and stick their hand in the mouth of a catfish (noodling), not knowing what they were going to find or if it was going bite them. The colors in the painting made me think of those colorful characters who noodle in the river.

Date

June 28, 2022

Category

Jay Exon

Tags

art, gallery, jay exon, Oklahoma, Tulsa