New Work by Interdisciplinary Artist Ronald Jones

in the Art Trailer Gallery

March 21 through March 28, 2021


A new installation in a vintage travel trailer turned permanent art gallery, at The Sou’wester Lodge.

Ronald Llewellyn Jones is an interdisciplinary artist based in Houston, Texas. Jones’ artwork explores barriers between artists and audiences, as well as individuals and their communities by challenging their respective perceptions as it relates to access and agency within normative societal structures.




OPEN: Daily 9am-9pm*

The Art Trailer Gallery is free and open to the public.

*Due to Covid-19 a face covering is required while inside the gallery. The gallery is open to one person, couple or family at a time and allowing for 6′ distance at all times.

This trailer is a 1960’s Aloha made in Aloha, Oregon. It was rescued from a neglected RV park in the northern part of the Long Beach Peninsula. Now repaired and transformed into an art space, this art gallery is part of our Artist Residency Program and our non-profit organization, Sou’wester Arts.