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Jim Condron

Studio Building
Studio Interior
Studio Location
The decorators job was the kind of thing Maria did best, 13x14x5 inches, oil, spray paint, caulk, tape, plastic, beaver, rubber,
RED SAMMY'S FAMOUS BARBECUE, 9x9x10 inches, oil, spray paint, paper, metal, plastic, wool, wood
How nice to feel nothing and still get credit for being alive, 8x9x4 inches, oil, spray paint, plastic, cement, fox, metal, wood
His face spread in all directions like spilled dough, 10x10 inches, oil, spray paint, plaster, leather, plastic, foil, wood
The fresh air seemed to help but only temporarily, 9x9x9.5 inches, oil, acrylic, wood, plastic, paper, mink, stuffed animal, woo
Artist's Statement

My most recent works are thickly painted abstractions in vibrant colors that incorporate found objects, waste materials, wood, scrap metal, and repurposed animal fur. My pieces are in conversation with Sienese and early Renaissance paintings by Giotto, Sassetta, and Fra Angelico; some confront more contemporary works.
Each piece is titled with a textual fragment from a story that relates to the narrative presented in my work. Titles are taken from literature by a range of great authors such as James Salter, Anton Chekhov, Nikolai Gogol, Oscar Wilde, Hunter Thompson, Kurt Vonnegut, Ernest Hemmingway, Henry Miller, Anais Nin, and others.


Originally from Long Island, NY and Connecticut, Jim Condron earned his MFA at the Hoffberger School of Painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art (2004) and a BA in Art and English from Colby College, Waterville, ME (1992). He also studied at the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture (1993-'95). Since 1993, Condron has studied with Rohini Ralby, the artist's mentor. His work appears nationally and internationally in galleries and museums as well as in corporate, university, public and private collections.
Condron just completed an artist residency program at the prestigious Edward F. Albee Foundation in Montauk, NY.