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Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
House Swallow by Sonja Jones
Midnight Camelback by Sonja Jones
Colorful Camelback by Sonja Jones
Rainy Day At The Cloisters by Sonja Jones
Desert Dragon by Sonja Jones
Point of View by Sonja Jones
Prickly Perch by Sonja Jones
Desert Love Nest by Sonja Jones
Male House Finch by Sonja Jones
Smooch With A Pooch by Sonja Jones
Backyard Blue Jay by Sonja Jones
Louie in an Urban Jungle by Sonja Jones
Emerging by Sonja Jones
Tanging Around by Sonja Jones
Beachcomber by Sonja Jones
Nesting by Sonja Jones
Clinging On To Fall by Sonja Jones
The Collector by Sonja Jones
Jay in the Japanese Maple by Sonja Jones
Iris You Were Here by Sonja Jones
Snow blown by Sonja Jones
Buried Treasure by Sonja Jones
Autumn Moose by Sonja Jones
Good Morning Sunshine by Sonja Jones
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About Sonja Jones
Sonja Jones is an older "emerging" artist, having begun her artistic journey after age 50. She enjoys focusing on wildlife and nature themes, particularly those of Midwest America. She currently makes her home in Northeastern Ohio, where she is blessed to be surrounded by an excellent state park system, a nearby botanical garden, numerous marshes, and of course, Lake Erie! Her paintings often reflect the small birds and wildlife that can be encountered in one's own backyard or garden.
The artist is self-taught for the most part, but has benefited from the instruction of a few very talented watercolorist including David Rankin, Valorie Toliver, and the staff at the fine Valley Art Center of Chagrin Falls, OH. She is constantly learning and experimenting with new techniques and mediums. The majority of her gallery is done in the water-based mediums of acrylic and watercolor, but the artist enjoys trying out new substrates and applications for these mediums.