The Art of Jimmy Jalapeeno

Jimmy Jalapeeno


Austin, Texas

On this website are images of Jimmy’s paintings and photographs, and his brief explanations of his approach to both mediums, along with his essay on how art is seen.

The photographs and the paintings are related, but are two separate lines of work.

For questions and information about purchasing individual photographs and paintings please leave a comment with your email address and inquiry.


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  3. Jimmy is still alive and well and smiling at me in my memories. He was always such a sweet heart and a gentleman and best sort of kind soul I can think of. Wow, I only realized he had passed to the next place when skimming BillyRay’s and Bev’s Eye of the Dog web site and saw the memorial program for Jimmy.

    Belinda, I send you all of my heart’s best wishes for you and Jimmy. I wish I had known sooner so I could have provides support and love to you both at that special passing. you are both the sweetest souls and all my love to you. Contact me and lets look at art or nature or tea or coffee. Love, Lisa Colucci-Kepple.

  4. Belinda,

    I just heard about Jimmy. I am so sorry. Jimmy was a wonderful person and a great friend. You both are in my thoughts constantly. I wish I had stayed in better contact.

    We moved from California and started fiber art workshops in NY at the Greenville Arms, an inn, which already had painting workshops. (We also created a chocolate factory.)


    Mark (and Kim) LaPolla

  5. Interested in a piece at the recent ACC show. I am a friend of Ann Matlock. Could you email me directly?

    1. Thank you for your inquiry.
      They are on this website. I am still archiving my late husband’s works. The estate is settled now and I will post others eventually.

      Belinda Casey

    1. Thank you for your inquiry. Flatbed Press has some of the photographs. I have the paintings and what is on the website are the available pieces. I am still archiving Jimmy’s work, but the estate is settled. I will post some more eventually.

      Belinda Casey

    1. Jimmy’s paintings were painted by his own hand. He worked from his photographs and sketches that he created. some were sketches he drew by hand,and some were sketches that he manipulated digitally from several of his photos like the montages or multiple exposures.

      His photographs were ones he took and worked with on computer to turn them into montages like the multiple images he took earlier in his photographic career.

  6. Greetings!
    My name is Alexis Brian from Califonia.I actually observed my wife has been viewing your website on my laptop and i guess she likes your piece of work, I’m also impressed and amazed to have seen your various works too.You are doing a great job. I would like to receive further information about your piece of work and what inspires you. I am very much interested in the purchase of the piece (in subject field above) to surprise my wife. Kindly confirm the availability for immediate sales.

    Thanks and best regards

  7. Hi Alexis Brian,
    Since Jimmy is deceased, I handle the sales. I was his wife. I believe the paintings on the website are all for sale. I will go through them to make sure. Which one interests you? The photographs are also.


  8. Hi, I run a nonprofit art gallery in Davis, CA. Jimmy must have sold or gifted a print of his to a fellow artist. The gallery received it as a donation. I’m trying to get a sense of what to price it at for our charity auction. It’s a small still life from 1973. He studied here at UC Davis, apparently.

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