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Mixed Media Art by Jon Shaw Jon Shaw is an artist from... crss

Mixed Media Art by Jon Shaw

Jon Shaw is an artist from Vancouver, BC, Canada. He obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. By combines drawing and painting techniques, he developed his own unique style.

This is the most satisfying component of my work – manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction, and detail.

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