Patrick Kelly Jones has been drawing most of his life. He prides himself on his dedicated amateur status while working at a professional skill level. Drawing is a Jones family tradition. Patrick's father is a painter and an illustrator, his uncle is an illustrator and a cartoonist, and his grandmother was a painter and even did some illustrations for the San Francisco Chronicle's fashion section in the 1940's. Although he doesn't sell his work, he'd gladly set up a trade or an exchange, or he'd just draw something and give it you if asked nicely. He has volunteered his skills for the 52nd Street Project in NYC, as well as Redwood High School, StageWrite, and the Alta Vista School, all in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has also drawn and designed countless t-shirts, thank you cards and other various doodads for friends and family. He holds a B.A. in Visual Art from Humboldt State University.
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