PORTMEIRION SCULPTOR DIES
Jonah Jones, the renowned sculptor, painter, and letter-cutter who worked alongside Sir Clough at Portmeirion and elsewhere, and wrote the biography "Clough Williams-Ellis, The Architect of Portmeirion, a Memoir", sadly died on November 29th 2004. He was 85.
Jonah Jones' work can be seen at many sites and galleries accross the UK, including Westminster Abbey and, of course, Portmeirion. As well as the above-mentioned Memoir to Sir Clough, Jones (pictured left, alongside his carving of Sir Clough at Portmeirion) also wrote two novels and a guide to the Lakes of North Wales.
The Unmutual would like to offer it's sincere condolences to Mr Jones' family, friends and colleagues. An obituary from The Independent Newspaper, can be seen HERE.
Many thanks to Gareth Hughes for this news item.
News announced 22/12/2004, archived 6/3/2005