John Jones Artist
John Jones Artwork
virtual art

Virtual Installation 2010

Virtual Art Gallery Exhibition 2006 Artist John Jones | JJ Gallery

JJ Gallery is the Virtual Gallery of London-based artist John Jones. Known for his picture story coats which brought powerful images into the streets and everyday life. John's coat "Akhnaton" now forms part of the V&A Collection. The "sister" coat is reaching completion.

Seven stitched leather wall panels were commissioned for the new Hilton Diagonal Mar Barcelona in 2006.

One of the first artists to create an animated virtual gallery, exhibiting his own artwork, and post it on Youtube, John's work evolved with online virtual installations, video, digital images and prints.

Recent exhibitions include the Gallery/Reading Room Soho and The Phoenix North London. He has contributed to a number of London group shows and The House of Fairy Tales travelling exhibition Exquisite Trove, New Gallery Walsall & Newlyn Gallery Cornwall.

Limited Edition Prints John's fantastical Bird series signed prints are available online in the gallery store, also through Artrepublic. and Saatchi Art.


Current online installation virtual installation Leaves No Trace.

Online Virtual/Real exhibition Barcelona Streets.

















Exhibitions 2016 Portrait of the Artist and his Cat, Chriskitch Muswell Hilll London

Exhibitions 2013 Artworks The Phoenix London N2.

Exhibitions 2012 contributing artist: Muswell Hillbillies 1.0 The Local Gallery Muswell Hill London N10.

Exhibitions 2011Fabulous Quilt at the Festival of Quilts NEC

Exhibitions 2010 - John Jones Exhibition Patchwork - The Gallery | Reading Room, London W1

House of Fairy Tales Exquisite Trove Newlyn Gallery Cornwall & New Gallery Walsall - contributing artist.

ToandFor Paper Exchange Exhibition Holloway Road, London N19. - contributing artist.

Past Exhibitions have included the Semain de Cuir, Paris, Design Centre London, Ruthyn & Rufford Art Centre. Commissions by Joanne Lyon, Aspen and the Coach Collection NY.

John's work has been featured by the Sunday Observer and European Textile magazine Textile Forum.