ARTIST / Artist
Born in Sacramento in 1986, Royal Jarmon exhibited his works in solo and group exhibitions held in galleries such as The Hole NYC, Castor Gallery and Eric Firestone Gallery as a result of his long-term efforts to educate himself and improve his practice in art history and painting. While Jarmon’s works consist of exaggerated perspectives and shapes, they also consist of distorted everyday objects. This spatial perspective used by the artist includes popular expressions of consumption culture and daily life. The saturated colors used by the artist also refer to consumption culture and Pop Art. Accordingly, Jarmon’s works fall somewhere between the realistic and the psychedelic. Blending these two contradictory concepts, the artist creates abstracted objects in striking paintings.