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AFW Glendale, AZ

AFW Glendale, AZ

Open Until 10 PM
5801 N 99th AVE
Glendale, AZ 85305
(602) 422-8800
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AFW Glendale, AZ

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Open Until 10 PM
5801 N 99th Ave
Glendale, AZ 85305
(602) 422-8800
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AFW Gilbert, AZ

32 mi.
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4700 S Power Rd
Gilbert, AZ 85296
(480) 500-4121
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Independence Rock 48x32 *D

SKU: 125-3721725
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  • Independence Rock 48x32 by artist Joe Jones.
  • This is a painting of a evening view of Independece Rock in Colorado National Monument.
  • West of Grand Junction, Colorado.
  • Original is a 24 x 36 painting on canvas in acrylics.
  • This is a canvas print derived from an original painting.

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Joe Jones Fine Art

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Joe Jones

Joe Jones Biography

Joe Jones Majored in Art at Grand Junction High School, Earned an AA in Applied Arts at Mesa Junior College (now Colorado Mesa University), a BA in Applied Arts and an MA in Asian Art History at the University of Hawaii.
He married and laid down his art brushes, picked up lettering brushes and worked as a commercial artist in Dallas, Texas for 18 years. He then returned to Western Colorado and worked as a graphic designer at Pyramid Printing and Alphagraphics until he retired.
After a forty five year hiatus, he picked up artist brushes and began painting again. He primarily paints landscapes of actual places because he enjoys the challenge of attempting to copy the "Master" – the artist of all creation – though Joe regards the best of  his works "a dim reflection of His.