DAVID ARTHUR JONES
BORN AUGUST 28, 1938
THE FIRST BORN OF DR. and MRS. D. ARTHUR JONES
ATTENDED UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE
IN SALT LAKE CITY,
WINONA SCHOOL OF PHOTOGRAPHY
WINONA LAKE, INDIANA, 
AND THE UNIVERSITY OF UTAH.
HE WAS A COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRHPHER
FOR 25 YEARS AND A MEMBER OF THE
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF MINING ENGINEERS.
THE ARTIST AND HIS WIFE
KATHLEEN LARSEN JONES
HAVE FIVE ADULT CHILDREN:
PHYLLIS, ANNE, SALLY,  MARION,
AND, DAVID III.
IN 2004 DAVID AND KATHLEEN MOVED FROM
HOLLADAY, UTAH TO ERDA, UTAH TO BE CLOSER 
TO THEIR AMERICAN QUARTER HORSES.
THEY ALSO HAVE RANCH PROPERTY IN 
WEST CENTRAL UTAH.
ALTHOUGH THE ARTIST IS A WESTERNER BY CHOICE AS WELL AS BY HERITAGE, 
HIS WORKS ARE NOT LIMITED
TO TRADITIONAL WESTERN SUBJECTS.
 HE WORKS IN A VARIETY OF MEDIA, 
PRIMARILY OILS.
 
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     WE PLAN TO CONTINUE TO
       IMPORT NEW MATERIAL
   THROUGHOUT  THE YEAR TO KEEP OUR WEBSITE FRESH AND                  INTERESTING.
 THE SITE WILL BE CONSTANTLY
       UNDER CONSTRUCTION.
WELCOME...
You may be here looking for the following:
  • Western History
  • Western Lore
  • Mining
  • Mining in the West
  • Mining History
  • Old West History
  • Argenta, Utah
  • Big Cottonwood Canyon
  • Big Cottonwood Mining District 
  • James Leroy Newman
  • Roy Newman
  • The Blind Miner

  • Erda Horse Farm
  • Sundog Ranch

  • Western Art
  • Cowboy Art
  • Horse Art
  • Utah Art

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davidajones1938@hotmail.com


This Portrait of Kathleen Larsen from Photography created in 1968 was rendered in Ball Point Pen on Acrylic House Paint on Masonite in 2008. Very Exotic Materials.
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                   Last of the 2016 Wild Flowers.
In November and still blossoming around the Horse Corrals.
As of 3-1-'17       More to come.