Jaime Longa Fine Art
Mother and Child"Society's Future"Strangers and SojournersContainedBetween Two Worlds Pt. IIRemnantDisconnectionBetween Two WorldsChasing the WindCruzTemporal"mARTyr,""Worlds Collide"FidelityRemorsePrayers for a Dying WorldConversionThe LowlyTriuneSelf-PortraitAscentHead StudyTransienceChurch and State"Rebirth""Blessed John Paul II"The InnocentsPortraitHead StudyAlienatedEnd of the DaySacred SilenceFaithWithout a FaceAtoning LambMisericordiaMisericordia (detail)Misericordia (detail)Beneath the FleshEternityMemento MoriHarmonyWeapons of WarThe Temporal and the EternalWhen We Play GodWhen We Play God (detail)When We Play God (detail)The Great DivideCycleA Mother's LoveMaking Ends MeetCountrysideThe Artists' Sink (study 1)The Artists' Sink (study 2)Marriage (Portrait of Dr. Carlos and Kimberlee Longa)PrayersThe Death of MeUnified DiversitySelf PortraitUtopiaSign of the TimesImmigrantMarriageFoundation of StoneTito BobBread and WineCarlos LongaCarlos LongaPlacemat MakerCrosswordHead StudyThinkingHead StudyBrandyRosaryGregory (study)Study 1Study 2
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Art is one of the greatest gifts given to humanity with power for expression both individually and universally. I see it as my vocation to communicate visually in a way that invites viewers to grasp not only the beauty of things that are seen, but ultimately the beauty of things that are unseen. This for me is the most wonderful form of artistic communication, to allow others to experience truth and beauty beyond what meets the eye such as in love, mercy, hope, and, above all else, in God. My work engages many different themes ranging from social justice to sublime scenes, spiritual figurative work to allegorical still lives, striving to find the beautiful and the good in the many subjects available to the artist. My art is influenced by my Catholic faith in Jesus Christ and while always maintaining a respect and openness towards all viewers. Art is a gift that is to be shared and it is my hope that this work will be for the benefit of all viewers, bringing them closer to that which is beautiful.