I'll cross that bridge when I come to it


" Locusts don't tend to bring good news. The artist Locust Jones is no exception."

Art Exhibition previously on at Until Never in Flinders Lane precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Wednesday 15 October 2008 to Saturday 15 November 2008
Launch Wednesday 15 October 2008, 6 to 8pm Gallery open Wed. to Sat 12-5pm

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Published by anonymous on Monday 06 October 2008.
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“A recent newspaper article described Locust Jones’ manic ink drawings as expressionistic and epic 21st century ‘harbingers of doom.’ An expatriate New Zealander who currently lives in Australia, Jones’ large-scale panoramas of battlefields, cityscapes and devastated natural environments draw equally from graffiti art and mural painting – with more than a hint of Dada-esque, automatist mark-making.”
From www.coca.org.nz

… Jones tackles the big picture head on; his epic drawing is a tortured condensation of everything that is wrong with the world. Climate change and war morph together in his huge dark inky blobs, a toxic blend of apocalyptic mushroom clouds and the ghosts of old growth forests…."
Tracey Clement – Sydney Morning Herald

“… Jones is an expressionist with a refreshing sincerity and frankness, an unconstrained drive to create (albeit often drug-induced), and admirable passion for both his art and its subject."
Renée Gerlich for Salient Magazine

“I am obviously not a landscape artist!”


Until Never 2nd Floor 3-5 Hosier Lane Melbourne
12 – 5pm wed. to sat.