|Vermont Afternoon by Carroll Jones III (2014)|
"I know about the right brain thing. I'm
all right brain. I can't express myself verbally ever. I can't talk.
It has to be in email and I'm not that good at that either, but much
better......especially if I have the time to get my point across. I
could never be a lawyer. I'm doing what I can do."
|Young Man With A Violin by Carroll Jones III (date unknown)|
" You are talking to the King of Dyslexia of New Jersey. What a terrible nuisance. That may have been why I became an artist (among other things) because I couldn't speak properly - and still can't. I'm better in writing or email when I can have a chance to think of what I want to say. Thinking is good."
|LEAVING HOME by Carroll Jones III (early work)|
" An English teacher back in the late 50's (Annabelle H********...hahaha) told me "Somebody's got to dig the ditches." Why do I remember that all these years?"
|McCAUL'S FLORIST by Carroll Jones III (2004)|
All words are Mr. Jones' taken directly from email correspondence.
The owner of "The Young Man With A Violin" has informed me that the original graphite drawing is for sale. He feels it is to Mr. Jones what the Girl With The Pearl Earring is to Vermeer. Please contact Rose at firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing and more information.