Some of his art display nods to Picasso and Mondrian. Others are very personal, including a self-portrait that was begun in 1999, and was halfway done before the car crash. He completed it much later after his accident, bridging the gap between then and now. Jonathan uses his art to share his perspective on the world around him, and reflect his attitudes of acceptance, hope, and faith. He’s had successful shows at several art studios and remains confident that his future is in painting.