YOSUH JONES is a multimedia artist from St. Petersburg, Florida, based currently in the Midwest. He works in acrylic painting but also explores collage, mixed media, and more recently animation and video art. His works emphasize color, fluidity, and space. Some recurring themes include nature, Buddhist or Eastern religious imagery and concepts, and an array of symbols and psychedelic imagery with a folk art feel or simplicity. He employs styles ranging from abstract to classical, surrealistic to representational.
Tibet House US was founded at the request of His Holiness the Dalai Lama, who at the inauguration in 1987 stated his wish for a long-term cultural institution to ensure the survival of Tibetan civilization and culture, whatever the political destiny of the six million people of Tibet itself.