Introducing our next guest. Hailing from Baltimore, MD, this artist specializes in eye-catching, colorful portraiture, pop media paintings, and digital artwork. Please welcome Jay Delnegro.
In this episode, we delve into:
- How Jay discovered their passion for art and what specifically drew them to colorful portraiture and pop media paintings.
- The convergence of influences from comics, cartoons, and social issues in Jay's artwork, and the intended message or emotions they aim to convey through their expressive pieces.
- The significance of incorporating themes of childhood and 90's R&B in Jay's art and how these nostalgic elements contribute to the overall narrative and aesthetic.
Join us for an engaging conversation as we explore the inspiration, influences, and creative process behind Jay Delnegro's captivating and expressive artwork.
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Jay Delnegro (Juron Travers) is an artist from Baltimore, MD. Specializing in eye-catching colorful portraiture and Pop media paintings and digital Art work. Inspired by Comics, Cartoons, Social Issues, Childhood and all things Love (especially 90’s R&B). Jay attempts to reflect it all through expressive pieces of art that grasp at what you known to be familiar and reaches out toward being so much more.