Who's afraid of color? Certainly not Gerard, whose paintings evoke the sunset, the ocean and the meandering of tropical vines. The grace and cosmopolitan ease of Gerard's art lies in his witty linking together of disparate elements.
— William Zimmer, New York Times, NYC —

Jonas Gerard

Photo by Rimas Zailskas

  The essence of abstract art is:

To unfold the spirit of self-exploration by painting freely without restraint or criticism.

To develop a deeper trust in one's intuition and instinct as they happen.

To realize that letting go of set goals opens up a whole world of infinite possibilities.

- Jonas Gerard

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