A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by Ethel Jimenez

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

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Design By: Ethel Jimenez
Ethel Jimenezis a native New Yorker who was seduced by San Francisco and moved west several years ago. Reflected in her photography is an interest in the urban landscape and abstract themes. She shoots ordinary scenes and objects that she encounters during the day and focuses on color, texture, shadow and light to produce abstract images. Her work has been auctioned for the benefit of the Mexican Museum in San Francisco, Visual Aid, Artspan and other non-profit organizations. Her work has been exhibited in New York and San Francisco and can be found in private collections across the country. The National Association of Women Artists recently accepted Ethel as a member and exhibited her work at their gallery in New York.
Design By: Ethel Jimenez
Ethel Jimenezis a native New Yorker who was seduced by San Francisco and moved west several years ago. Reflected in her photography is an interest in the urban landscape and abstract themes. She shoots ordinary scenes and objects that she encounters during the day and focuses on color, texture, shadow and light to produce abstract images. Her work has been auctioned for the benefit of the Mexican Museum in San Francisco, Visual Aid, Artspan and other non-profit organizations. Her work has been exhibited in New York and San Francisco and can be found in private collections across the country. The National Association of Women Artists recently accepted Ethel as a member and exhibited her work at their gallery in New York.
Artist Statement

The abstract image used for this cover expresses the theme of the novel: the artist is questioning and rebelling against his upbringing. The artist is evolving. He is not yet fully formed. — Ethel Jimenez