Theodora Varnay Jones’ Appearances

Léna & Roselli Gallery is happy to exhibit six of Theodora Varnay Jones’ drawings under the common title Appearances.

About Theodora Varnay Jones

Theodora Varnay Jones is a printmaker, sculptor, installation and digital artist, lecturer and teacher. She was born in Budapest, Hungary on 26 February 1942 and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts, Budapest. Theodora Varnay Jones grew up in the intellectual climate of postwar Hungary, so she was influenced by Beckett, Camus, and the Theater of the Absurd. Varnay moved to the United States in the early 1970s and married Monty Jones on 9 September 1972 in Reno.

Theodora Varnay Jones’ poetic

Theodora Varnay Jones is a visual artist working in 2D and 3D mediums. She writes that: “My interest involves four primary areas of investigation: Systems (series and structures), Perception (transparency and visual ambiguity), Relativity (cognition and context), and Time (linear progression and layering). These areas are reflected in a diverse array of genre I’m working in, including installation, sculpture, drawing, printmaking, and digital media.”

An international artist

Valnay Jones is represented in collections worldwide, including the Iris & Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford University; the Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento; the Fresno Art Museum, Fresno; The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, Achenbach Foundation for the Graphic Arts; The Janet Turner Print Museum, California State University, Chico; Museum of Contemporary Art, Pratt Graphics Center, New York; National Bibliotheca de Cataluña, Spain; and the Kyoto Seika University, Japan.

Theodora Varnay Jones exhibited her works in the U.S., Japan, Hungary, Spain, Germany, Sweden, Korea and in many public collections in the US, Hungary, Costa Rica, and Japan.

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