Wednesday, March 29, 2006


This is a drawing that I did on my apartment's bedroom wall with a pencil. I plan to paint over it with blue paint so it will not exist in reality for very long. It's not a masterpiece but it came from the dark recesses of my mind and I thought I'd share.

Sunday, March 26, 2006

One Word Said

©Copyright 1996 Jason J. Loya

I did this piece when I was about 18 years old. It is made of acrylic paint and paper towels. Best when viewed while listening to Metallica's Shortest Straw.

Saturday, March 25, 2006

A Bit of Darkness...

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Noise: Scene 7 -- Inside

Written, Directed, Edited, and Shot by Jason J. Loya
Starring: Joshua Loya & Maddy Brener
Hair and Makeup by Erika Larrondo
Gaffer: Robyn Gorgos
Locations: Lindy Loya

Wednesday, March 15, 2006



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Written, Directed, Edited, and Shot by Jason J. Loya
Starring: Katy Boggio & Tim Smith
Hair and Makeup by Erika Larrondo

Friday, March 03, 2006


Oil on canvas; 30"x40"

This is a painting that I did for my mom in 2003. It is actually one of a very few paintings that I have done explicitly for someone else. She loves the montains and one day handed me a newspaper with a picture of the Angeles Crest Mountains at sunrise. It was a very simple four tone silhouette picture and she handed it to me saying jokingly, "why don't you paint this for me?" She knows that I am not a landscape artist and in fact she is not a big fan of my modern style. So I secretly painted it for her over the course of three months and gave it to her for Christmas. I took the simple silhouette and added my own flavor, giving it the soul that my mom so loves about her mountains - the light changing qualities, the mood changing qualities, the peace and serenity of the Mountains.