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Jonathan Keeton

Jonathan Keeton

JONATHAN KEETON

EXHIBITIONS:
2019 Group Show, New Mexico Watercolor Society (Award)
2019 Group Show, Lovetts Gallery, Tulsa OK
2019 Two Person Show Town & Country, with Brad Reyes. Jobar Studio Santa Fe NM
2018 Group Show, Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition
2018 Group Show, Lovetts Gallery, Tulsa OK
2017 Group Show, Masterworks of New Mexico (Award)
2017 Group Show, New Mexico Watercolor Society
2017 Group Show, Lovetts Gallery, Tulsa OK
2017 Group Show, Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition (Award)
2016 Group Show, New Mexico Watercolor Society (Award)
2016 Group Show, Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition (Award)
2016 Group Show, National Watercolor Society (Award)
2015 Group Show, New Mexico Watercolor Society (Award)
2015 Group Show, Masterworks of New Mexico
2012 Group Show, Marin Society of Artists
1984 Solo Show, Santa Cruz Arts Center

AWARDS:
2019 People’s Choice Award, New Mexico Watercolor Society, Fall Show
2017 First Prize, Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition
2017 Second Prize, Masterworks of New Mexico
2016 Third Prize, New Mexico Watercolor Society, Fall Show
2016 Donna Abbott Award, Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition
2016 USA Watercolor Society Award, National Watercolor Society
2016 Best in Show, New Mexico Watercolor Society, Spring Show
2015 First Prize, New Mexico Watercolor Society, Spring Show
2012 First Prize, Marin Society of Artists

Jonathan Keeton studied painting in London and theater in Paris, and worked as a schoolteacher, a waiter and actor and then spent thirty years as a pioneer in digital visual effects for television, films and commercials. After being Director of Visual Effects at Western Images from 1986 – 1995, he left and became the co-founder and president of the studio, Radium. Radium was sold in 2007 and he left in 2009. He worked for several years as Executive Creative Director at Pixomondo in Los Angeles, and Bonfire Labs in San Francisco, before returning to his first love, painting landscapes and nocturnes. He now lives in Santa Fe, with his wife Melinda Tidwell, and two dogs.

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