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We should be taught not to wait for inspiration to start a thing. Action always generates inspiration. Inspiration seldom generates action.

- Frank Tibolt


Explore March 15, 2009 - Highest Position: #270

Thank You Everyone!


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Kaveripattinam | Tamil Nadu | India


The human brain generates 70,000 thoughts per day.

Remove yourself from bustle and they'll increase in a significant way

In March 2011, PennEnvironment and the Sierra Club won a favorable court ruling finding that the plant had committed 8,684 violations of the Clean Water Act by discharging waste directly into the Conemaugh River. On June 6, 2011 GenOn agreed to a $5 million settlement with $3.75 million going toward the restoration of the river

I know I'm posting this really early, but I wont be uploading show pieces for a while since I'll be working hard these upcoming weeks on my show at 1988:LA in March 3.09.


Distinction Gallery presents


Infinity Squared: 28 Artists. 8" x 8" Pieces.

Curated by Kelly Vivanco

December 13th, 2008 - February 7th, 2009

Opening Reception: Saturday, December 13th, 2008, From 6pm -11pm

Second Reception on January 10th, 2009 6-11pm


Philip Kirk, Amy Huddleston, Alex Noriega, Angela Petsis, Angie Mason, Allison Sommers, Showchicken, Rik Catlow, Andrea Zuill, Dennis Hayes IV, Josh Clay, Tom Haubrick, Ken Garduno, Alison O'Donoghue, Jason Limon, Matte Stephens, Art & Ghosts, Netherland, Ekundayo, Mike Maxwell, Chris Ryniak, Jeremiah Ketner,Jen Porreca, Kelly Vivanco, Matthew Feyld, Jennifer Lewis, Doug Boehm, Amy Earles.


Distinction Gallery

317 E. Grand Ave. Escondido, CA 92025 • 760.781.5779


8" x 8", (10" x 10" framed), Acrylic on Custom Canvas Panels. ©2008 Jason Limón.



From the Cornwall Powerdam. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Decommissioned in 2013, this was once the largest coal-powered generating station in North America, and one of Canada's top-10 single sources of greenhouse gases.

Thanks to Renee for the brilliant texture

Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

Los Angeles, California

a computer generated diagonal lines pattern, magenta and cyan colours

Dickerson Maryland USA

February 2017

Seems kind of weird not uploading so much these days. I do have quite a few to post fairly soon. I got to get back into doing some new Fragments too, as soon as things clear up. I've been doing quite a few of these scaly creatures, but I think I'll get back into doing a few other things before I do another. This is one of three pieces that will be available on Feb. 13 thru Suite 100 Gallery in Seattle.


10x10 UNIFORM Group Exhibit

February 13th - March 6th

Opening reception Friday February 13th, 6:00PM - 10:00PM

Featuring Dan May, Jamie Fales, Jason Limon, Jennifer Davis, Lesley Reppeteaux, Liza Corbett, Mehgan Trice, Michele Bosak, Ninjagrl, Thylacine Graphics


Suite 100 Gallery

2316 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121



10" x 10", (12" x 12" framed), Acrylic on Custom Canvas Panels. ©2009 Jason Limón.

Loy Yang power plant doing what it does - generate electricity.

Yesterday I had a quick play with ContextFree and created one of those psychedelic mandalas.

Thought I need to do a bit more with it so I used it in the Mandelbulb city panorama above as object and light map.

The panorama is a 360 photosphere and you can look around on google views( )

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As the sun sets, smoke pours from the Stateline Generating plant on the shore of Lake Michigan. It's really cool to shoot this kind of industrial stuff on super cold days, such as yesterday.

I just really liked this one

I've had my laptop for almost 2 years, and only today found out it had a webcam! I'm not joking when I say I'm technologically challenged! This photo of my two girlies and me was taken by the webcam - probably best to not view too large, or on black or any of that fancy stuff! Lol!

Inside the generating hall at Drax. In the centre is the 660,000 kW No.1 turbo-generator and to the right behind the light is the exciter for the generator.

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