"The Roads Less Traveled" - Opens April 9

The Roads Less Traveled/Jon Flaming's Texas opens in Houston at William Reaves Fine Art on April 9, 2010.

A year ago, Bill Reaves graciously asked me if I would be interested in creating new work for a solo exhibit at his gallery. I jumped at the opportunity - and for the last 10 months have been working on paintings & constructions of people, places and things in Texas that are only found off the beaten path. From the Panhandle Plains, Big Bend Country, Hill Country and Prairies & Lakes to the Piney Woods, South Texas Plains and Gulf Coast, I've explored all 7 regions of Texas and created 40 new works that focus on the byways of the lone star state. - And like the state of Texas, the work is big & bold with a natural rugged quality that is characteristic of the people and places I've come across in my travels.

Also, I am very excited that Dr. Francine Carraro - director of the Grace Museum in Abilene - will be writing the essay for the catalog! - Thank you Francine.

Here's a sneak peak. - More to come!

Big Tex - Canyon, Texas


Pump Jack/Jack Rabbit - Pampa, Texas

Abandoned Buildings - Orla, Texas



Happy New Year from Jon Flaming Design


Icon Series for Computer Giant HP!


KERA chooses Jon Flaming's logo for Art & Seek branding.


Project Hope Worldwide Logo Identity

A couple of logos for a friend of mine who is helping build an orphanage in Uganda, called Calo Me Lare - Village of Redemption.