For nearly 40 years, Jameson Wells has been producing works of contemporary art in a wide variety of mediums, including
paper, fabric, wood and stone. She has been exhibiting her work in museums, galleries and curated shows throughout the Southwest and on both coasts for nearly four decades. Her work has gone through several periods - from painting images from dreams, carving figurative, symbolist and abstract stone and wood sculptures, combining painting and sculpture together into several series of abstract wall reliefs, and currently layering and weaving paper and fabric into abstract geometric collages. Her latest works use mostly recycled materials, like repurposed old blue jeans and leftover canvas and paper scraps. Some are in vivid color, others in blacks and whites, reds and neutrals, working with illusory and tactile forms, graphite, letters, numbers and symbols.
Jameson has displayed her art in Taos and area galleries, museums and art shows throughout the American Southwest and across the country.