List of Past & Current INX artists

INX Artists J—K

Frances Jetter
Political and social subjects have long been the focus of Frances Jetter’s relief prints. Many of her images were printed alongside articles in publications including the
New York Times, the Washington Post, Time, The Village Voice, The Nation, and The Progressive. She illustrated books for the Franklin Library, ads for Audubon, and book jackets for Knopf, Macmillan and others.
A solo exhibit of her recent artist’s book on torture, Cry Uncle, at NYU Langone Medical Center’s Smilow Gallery, traveled to Parsons School of Design’s 8th floor Showcases, and later to City College. Shows of her sculpture and prints include NYU Broadway Windows, Art of the Times (x Four) at the Bernstein Gallery at Princeton University, Art of Democracy; Art and Empire at Meridian Gallery in San Francisco, Neo-Integrity at the Museum of Comic and Cartooning Art.
Her relief prints are included the permanent collections of the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University, Detroit Institute of Arts, The New York Public Library Print Collection, and Grinnell College Print and Drawing Study Room, Grinnell, Iowa. Her artist’s books are part of the special collections’ libraries of the Library of Congress, The New York Public Library, Spencer Collection, UCLA, California, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, Williams College, Chapin Library, Williamstown, MA., University of Denver, Stanford University and others.
She received a fellowship from New York Foundation for the Arts in 2011, and previously in 2003, and a grant from the Puffin Foundation in 2010.
Cry Uncle won the Honorary Mention Award at Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair, Silver Spring, Maryland in 2010.
Her work has been reviewed by
Graphis Magazine, (Switzerland) Visual,(Barcelona) Idea, (Japan) and Design Monthly (Seoul) Awards and annuals include Graphis, Print, the Society of Newspaper Designers the Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, Communication Arts, and Society of Publication Designers. She is on the Illustrator's Advisory Board of the Norman Rockwell Museum, and has taught at the School of Visual Arts since 1979. She is a founding member of INX.

Randy Jones
A founding member of INX, Randy Jones was born on a potato farm in Exeter, Ontario, Canad. After high school, Randy moved to Toronto where his first job was to illustrate a translation of Goethe’s Faust for the University of Toronto Press, after which Randy started getting editorial assignments in leading Canadian publications, including
The Toronto Star, Globe and Mail, and Maclean’s. He was part of a downtown artist community with many friends in the fine art and media fields.
After four years in Toronto, Jones moved to New York City and started working for The New York Times. At the same time, he enjoyed working for some of the hip downtown publications including The Yipster Times. He produced comics for National Lampoon until its demise in 1991, along with science fiction spoof strip for Playboy called Through Space and Time with Schwimmer and Jones.
Jones has done illustrations for such publications as
Newsweek, Barron’s, Interiors, and The International Herald Tribune. He has also been a contributor to Time, The Wall Street Journal, Business Week and dozens more.

Susann Ferris Jones Susann Ferris Jones started her career in fabric design and costuming for modern dance, She has done illustrations for The New York Times, Random House, Headline Publishing, Broadway Books and Cambridge University Press.
Her last project was a parody of Mireille Guiliano's book
French Women Don't Get Fat entitled French Cats Don't Get Fat, with the humorist Henry Beard. She lives in New York City with her husband, Randy Jones.

Janusz Kapusta Janusz Kapusta was born in Zalesie, Poland, in 1951. He graduated from the Department of Architecture at the Warsaw Polytechnic, He studied the history of philosophy at the Academy of Catholic Theology in Warsaw.
His work ranges from small graphic forms, posters, magazine illustrations, graphic design, and book illustrations, to set designs and painting. Since 1981 he has lived in New York and his works appeared in
The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and others.
The artist's works can be found in the collections of many museums and galleries around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museum of Modern Art in Lodz and the IBM Collection. He has had many individual exhibitions and participated in numerous group shows.
In 1985 Janusz Kapusta discovered a new geometrical shape, an eleven-faced polyhedron, which he called the K-dron.
In 1995 he designed the sets for Robert Wilson's opera
The Black Rider (produced in Heilbronn, Germany) and for George Bizet's Carmen (the Grand Theater, Warsaw.) In 1998, he designed the set for A Midsummer Night's Dream, also shown in Heilbronn.
Janusz Kapusta is the author of three books:
Almost Everybody (1985), Janusz Kapusta in The New York Times (1995) and K-dron. Opatentowana nieskonczonosc (K-dron. Patented Infinity) (1995.) In 1998 Kapusta won the prestigious Alfred Jurzykowski Award in Fine Arts.
In May 2004, Kapusta won a Grand Prix in an international competition in Ankara, Turkey. The next year in Sintra, Portugal he won First Prize for best drawing and he won First Prize at the Biennale of Press Illustration, Tehran, Iran.
His works can be found regularly in leading Polish newspaper Rzeczpospolita from 1995 to the present and he is a visiting professor with the newly established School of Visual Art and New Media in Warsaw.

Thomas Kerr Thomas Kerr, is from Calgary, Alberta, and works from New York. He was educated at the Alberta College of Art & Design and School of Visual Arts, MFAi, where he earned his Master’s degree in Visual Journalism. He is an editorial illustrator featured in The New York Times from 1989 to the present. Kerr's work has been featured on the Op-ed pages of many national publications including the Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, L.A. Times, Newsday, The Village Voice and many others, focusing on current affairs and political satire. Working in litho pencil or pen & ink, he has received awards of excellence from The Society of Publication Designers, The Society of News Design, Communication Arts, 3x3 and American Illustration. He is a member of the Society of Illustrators and INX contributor. Currently, Tom holds the position of Associate Professor of Illustration at St. John's University in Queens, New York.
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