Randall Jason Irvin from Georgia is a musician/composer, a chief, a skilled craftsmen, a committed partner, a father, and through it all, an artist. He co-founded and performed in many musical groups as well as participated in various art productions within the local art scene in the culturally rich town of Athens. Returning to Atlanta in 2010 Jason settled into a studio in the art district of Castleberry Hill where he produced and sold his artwork. During this time Jason developed a ridged endurance and a keen eye for detail while working days as a licensed plumber. With his experience as a skilled craftsman, you can see a construction-like quality that has developed into his work.
In 2016, with his inspirational partner Nell and son Hawthorne, he moved to Maine’s Midcoast where he resides today. Here in Maine, he has been involved in the local art community as an art teacher in Rockland and opened his studio to the public for the Belfast Art Walk during summer 2017. His latest work includes the "Abstracts in Maine" series, the "Element" series, "The Artwork Consigned to Oblivion Project” and “Constructions” series.