Jon White
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I met Jon White first through one of his paintings when he was just a teenager. His canvass simply changed the weather in the room and I was stunned. I have rarely felt such an impact from a painting. I found a song in me. Watching his subsequent journey has been a joy, and I find in him and his work a depth and passion, a feeling, a revelation that demands a response. There is a deep optimism and compassion about Jon’s recent work that I ponder often. I live under the greatest conviction that there is greatness here.
— GERARD LE FEUVRE DIRECTOR OF THE KINGS CHAMBER ORCHESTRA OF LONDON
 
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The dream of a coffee shop began with a desire to create a space where people would feel invited to just come on in and really feel at home in a beautiful space. The “Beautiful, Broken, Invited and Forgiven” series, defines beautifully the culture we endeavor to cultivate at Keys & co. We truly feel honored to have such beautiful art on our walls and
love the life that they give out.
— Mylene Crocquevieille, Co-Founder of Keys & Co
 
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When I look at each of these paintings, I do not experience an object separate and apart from myself, a canvas garnished with imagination that calls attention to itself. What I experience is a joyous anticipation, as shades of promise beckon me to linger, then draw ever closer. And when I do so, I discover that though my gaze is fixed before me, my mind’s eye has turned upwards, to look with longing on the Artist who drew all things into being. I hope that others encounter the invitations these paintings extend — the invitation to linger, to enter in, and discover a joyousness that awaits.
— Jordan Hall, Composer
 
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The best art is never two or three dimensional. It is emotional, spiritual, an encounter with the other, with one’s self, with the divine. It speaks nonverbally to the soul: probing and provoking, questioning and suggesting, holding and comforting. Jon White does this - he is a mystic and his art speaks heart to heart.
— Simon Ponsonby, Author & Theologian.
 
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