Steve Jameson

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Steve Jameson
Steve jameson red truck.jpg
Jameson with his cocker spaniels in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, in 2009
Born Charles Stephen Jameson
(1973-05-06)May 6, 1973
Fort Knox, Kentucky
Website www.cedarartstudio.com

Charles Stephen "Steve" Jameson (born May 6, 1973) is a United States painter and children's book illustrator. Jameson paints under two brush names: "Cedar" and "Wodin".

Books illustrated by Jameson include Just Imagine,[1] God Brother,[2] Dreaming of the Beloved,[3] and Cooking with Katie.[4]

In 2009, Jameson was elected into the National Watercolor Society.[5]

Early life[edit]

Steve Jameson was born in 1973 at Fort Knox, Kentucky, United States, and grew up in nearby Elizabethtown; he was the oldest of seven children of parents Hugh Jameson and Mary Jo Jameson.

Steve first went to a private, Catholic school, St. James Elementary and later attended Elizabethtown Catholic High School, both of Saint James Parish in Elizabethtown, Kentucky.[6] He also attended Elizabethtown High School, where he graduated. Following high school, he studied at the University of Kentucky, Lexington. He majored in architecture and fine art.

At the age of 22, Steve first heard of the Indian spiritual master, Avatar Meher Baba, and after having, internal spiritual experiences while visiting Meher Spiritual Center in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Steve came to accept Meher Baba as the God incarnate soul known as the Avatar; the reincarnation of Zoroaster, Rama, Krishna, Buddha, Jesus and Mohammed. This story is told on the website Meher Baba Travels.[7]

His life in Myrtle Beach[edit]

Steve Jameson at his studio desk 2012.

At the age of 29, Steve moved to live near the Meher Spiritual Center in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where many disciples of Meher Baba make their homes. He opened a sign shop called The Sign Man, making custom, sandblasted, illustrated & gilded residential signs for tourists to make a living for himself. He uses his sign shop as his painting studio. His shop/studio was featured in a two-page, illustrated spread of Grand Strand Magazine's August/September, 2014 issue.[8]

Jameson, under the painting name of "Wodin" has become one of the best known painters of the image of Avatar Meher Baba in the world. Hundreds of his paintings are in private collections all over the world. As such, Jameson is listed as one of the best known painters of Meher Baba's image on the web site Meher Baba Travels.[7]

Steve has visited Meher Baba's Samadhi (tomb shrine) in Ahmednagar, India three times. On these pilgrimages, he met the last remaining disciples of Meher Baba, including Baba's younger sister, Mani Irani. He became very close friends with Mani and illustrated two of her books; one of her childhood stores of life with her God-brother and another of her dreams of her God-realized brother. The first book Steve illustrated for Mani was "God Brother", published by Sheriar Books in 1993.[9] The second book he illustrated for her was "Dreaming of the Beloved", published by Sheriar Books in 1998.[10]

Jameson's greatest project has been the designing of his planned, future Daddy God Art Museum to be built on the South Carolina coast among other popular tourist destinations and near the Meher Spiritual Center of Myrtle Beach.

Fine art career[edit]

The Daddy God art series[edit]

Jameson first received public recognition for a series of artworks entitled DADDY GOD.[11] These images of a spiritual figure are based on the physical form of Avatar Meher Baba. Jameson is widely recognized among the followers of Meher Baba to be one of the most popular, prolific and well-known painters of the physical form of Avatar Meher Baba. He has been selected as the illustrator-of-choice by several of Meher Baba's closest Mandali (spiritual disciples); including Meher Baba's sister Mani Irani and Katie Irani. He first illustrated God Brother (1994), a children's book by Mani Irani, sister of the Indian spiritual master Avatar Meher Baba.[12] Later, Mani Irani again chose him to illustrate her last published book,Dreaming of the Beloved (1998), by Mani Irani.[13] He won the Printing Industry of the Carolinas (PICA)'s First Place for a 4-color book illustration. Fellow disciple of Meher Baba, Katie Irani then selected Jameson to illustrate her book of anecdotes & recipes calledCooking with Katie (2003), by Katie Irani.[4]

The Daddy God series
Oil on canvas, 56"x72", 2009, held in reserve for the future Daddy God Museum. 
Oil on canvas, 56"x72", 2012, held in reserve for the future Daddy God Museum. 
Oil on canvas, 56"x72", 2013, held in reserve for the future Daddy God Museum. 
Oil on canvas, 56"x72", 2014, held in reserve for the future Daddy God Museum. 
Oil on canvas, 56"x72", 2014, held in reserve for the future Daddy God Museum. 

Videography[edit]

In 1996, Steve produced a set of animated videos entitled LIFE IS A PAIR O'DUCKS. Sixteen short stories written by Jameson are accompanied by sound effects, Hollywood music writer Kris Kraft's musical score, voice overs by actresses such as Jane Barry Haynes and Mani Irani, sister of Avatar Meher Baba; with videography by Emmy award-winning television producer Chris Riger. Riger also created the documentary films 'Meher Baba's Call, The Ancient One and others about the life of Avatar Meher Baba.

In 2010, guitarist and song composer Mischa Rutenberg[14] used Jameson's artwork from his series DADDY GOD in his music videos THIS IS NOTHING BUT YOUR LOVE[15] and KINDNESS.[16]

Illustrated books[edit]

  • God Brother (1994), a children's book by Mani Irani, sister of the Indian spiritual master Avatar Meher Baba.[12]
  • Dreaming of the Beloved (1998), by Mani Irani.[13] He won the Printing Industry of the Carolinas (PICA)'s First Place for a 4-color book illustration.
  • Cooking with Katie (2003), by Katie Irani.[4]
  • Just Imagine (2006), a children's book.[17] The book included his first works as part of In God's Hands.[18] The book won the "Seal of Excellence Award" from Creative Child Magazine in 2007.[17]

Album covers[edit]

  • CD cover art for No Strings Attached by Judith Shotwell.[19]
  • CD cover art for The Only Real Thing by Bobbi Bernstein.[20]
  • CD cover art for Love Is All That Matters Now by Mischa Rutenberg.[21]

The In God's Hands art series[edit]

Oil on canvas, 36"x72", 2005, painted to illustrate the children's, spiritual book "Just Imagine".
Oil on canvas, 36"x72", 2005, painted to illustrate the children's, spiritual book "Just Imagine".

In 2006, Jameson began In God'S Hands, illustrations for the book Just Imagine that portray children playing in the hands of God.[22]

"Cedar" landscapes[edit]

Jameson's brush name when painting landscapes is CEDAR.[23]

He studied with watercolorist Jeanne Dobie, AWS, NWS, who is the author of Making Color Sing. He has won several national level-awards and honors. In 2009, Jameson was elected to be a member of the National Watercolour Society.[5]

In 2007, Jameson began painting landscapes in acrylic and oil palette knife as well as watercolor.

The Cedar landscapes
Oil palette knife on canvas, 18"x24", 2013. 
Transparent watercolor on paper, 22"x29", 2008. 
Transparent watercolor on paper, 22"x29", 2009. 
Oil palette knife on canvas, 18"x24", 2012. 
Oil palette knife on canvas, 14"x20", 2013. 
Oil palette knife on canvas, 36"x48", 2008. 

Published reviews and nterviews[edit]

Radio broadcasts[edit]

  • Interview with Andrea R. Garrison of Blog Talk Radio for his illustrated book JUST IMAGINE[24]

Newspapers and magazines[edit]

  • Jameson was the featured "Artist of the Month" in a two-page, illustrated spread of Grand Strand Magazine's August/September, 2014 issue.[8]
  • Steve Jameson's landscape paintings of the South Carolina coast under his painting name of "Cedar" are reviewed in the online, regional magazine "Grand Strand Happening" in an article entitled "Artists of the Grand Strand".[25]
  • Jameson's painting KITTY CAT TEA PARTY is reviewed in the fall 2002 mailing of the Sheriar Foundation Report.[26]
  • The Glow magazine review of Jamesons' book DREAMING OF THE BELOVED by Mani Irani; using his painting name of WODIN.[27]
  • The White Horse Journal review for the world premier release of his animated art video LIFE IS A PAIR O'DUCKS: March 1996, volume 2.3
  • The Love Street Lamp Post review of is world premier release of his animated art video LIFE IS A PAIR O'DUCKS: June 1996, volume 8.2
  • The Love Street Lamp Post review of his illustrated book: GOD BROTHER:[28]
  • The Love Street Lamp Post review of his illustrated book: DREAMING OF THE BELOVED[29]
  • The Sun News cover page review (dated Friday, August 28, 1998) of his Best of Show painting award at the 1997 Waccamaw Arts Guild Show
  • A review of Jameson's illustrations for GOD BROTHER in the OMPOINT CIRCULAR issue 1.[30]

Slideshow presentations[edit]

  • Slideshow of his Cedar Landscape Paintings:[31]
  • Slideshow of his Daddy God Series Paintings:[32]
  • Slideshow of his Cedar Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Landscape Paintings:[33]
  • Slideshow of his Cedar Key West & Florida Kyes Landscape Paintings:[34]

Television series[edit]

  • Television series pilot episode 1 of "The Artist"[35]
  • Television series pilot episode 2 of "The Artist"[36]

Online reviews[edit]

  • MIDWEST BOOK REVIEW volume 17, number 5 reviews JUST IMAGINE; illustrated by Jameson under his name of WODIN.[37]
  • Interview of Jameson, under the painting name of Wodin, by editors at Illumination Arts, for his illustrations in the book JUST IMAGINE.[38]
  • Illustrations by Jameson for the book GOD BROTHER, under the name of Wodin, are reviewed by Sheriar Books.[39]
  • Illustrations by Jameson for the book DREAMING OF THE BELOVED, under the name of Wodin, are reviewed by Sheriar Books.[40]
  • Review of Jameson's line of artwork entitled DADDY GOD by the editor of TRUSTMEHER, an online directory to all things relating to the spiritual master, Meher Baba.[41]
  • Jameson is listed in the online ABC directory[42]
  • Jameson (as Wodin) is mentioned on the web site by GNOSTIC LIBERATION FRONT regarding books and artwork about Meher Baba.[43]
  • Jameson (as Wodin) is mentioned on the web site THE AVATAR'S CALL as an illustrator of images of Meher Baba, spiritual master.[44]
  • Illustrations by Jameson (as Wodin) for two books GOD BROTHER and DREAMING OF THE BELOVED are reviewed by THE MEHER BABA ASSOCIATION in their list of books about Meher Baba.[45]
  • Jameson's artwork under his painting name of Wodin is reviewed in the wikiblog about Meher Baba.[46]
  • Jameson's artwork under his painting name of Wodin is reviewed in an online article by book editor Kendra Crossen Burroughs entitled LOOKING AT MEHER BABA dated May 5, 2007.[47]
  • Two of Jameson's illustrated books, GOD BROTHER and DREAMING OF THE BELOVED are reviewed online by Meher Rose.[48]
  • Jameson is listed in the YAHOO DIRECTORY OF ARTISTS.[49]
  • Jameson's artwork is mentioned on the German web site MEHER BABA LENKER KILDEN as suitable art for children to collect.[50]
  • Jameson's illustrations and cover art for COOKING WITH KATIE, a book by Meher Baba's cook and mandali member Katie Irani, are pictured and reviewed by Sheriar Books Online.[51]
  • Online review by Cherie Plumplee on her web site MEHER BABA ART CARDS.[52]
  • Jameson's illustrations and cover art for GOD BROTHER by Mani Irani were reviewed online by FILED BY.[53]
  • Jameson's painting name WODIN and why Jameson chose that name is discussed in an IRON TRYBE article.[54]
  • Atpedia online review of Jameson's work under the name WODIN.[55]
  • Online reviews of Jameson's art under the name WODIN can be seen at GALAXY.[56]
  • Online interview by Illumination Arts Publishing in 2009.[57]
  • Online review of his book Just Imagine by Beverly J. Rowe on her website MyShelf.[58]

Television broadcasts[edit]

  • Southern Style television program broadcast by Time Warner Cable of South Carolina. February 20, 2007 Interview by Diane DeVaughn Stokes for his illustrated book JUST IMAGINE and new line of art entitled IN GOD'S HANDS.

Awards and ehibits[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • 2008 — Awarded National Watercolor Society Signature Membership Status[5]
  • 2007 — Seal Of Excellence - Creative Child Magazine–for "Just Imagine", Illus. book[17]
  • 2001 — First Place - Boulder, CO Art Association
  • 2001 — Merit Award - Society of Watercolor Artists Annual National Exhibition
  • 2001 — Award of Merit - Plano, TX Watercolor Association
  • 2001 — Merit Award - Louisiana Watercolor Society Annual National Juried Exhibition
  • 2001 — Award of Merit - Az Aqueous Annual National Juried Exhibition; Don Andrews, AWS, NWS, Juror
  • 2001 — Award of Excell. - Ga Watercolor Society Annual National Juried Exhibition; Pat Dews, NWS, AWS, Juror
  • 2001 — Patron Award - Sante Fe Trail International Art Exhibition, Trinidad, CO
  • 2001 — Honorable Mention Award - Sante Fe Trail International Art Exhibit, Trinidad, CO
  • 2000 — First Place - Southport, NC Annual National Juried Show - Juror: Don Getz
  • 2000 — First Place - Arizona Watercolor Association, Fall Show
  • 2000 — Third Place - Laredo, TX Center for the Arts Annual International Show
  • 2000 — Second Place - Brand XXX Annual National Juried Exhibition, Glendale, CA
  • 1999 — First Place - 4 color pub. for book illustration - PICA(Printing Industry of Carolinas)
  • 1998 — Second Place - Waccamaw Arts Guild Annual Show
  • 1997 — Best of Show - Waccamaw Arts Guild Annual Show
  • 1996 — Honorable Mention - Waccamaw Arts Guild Annual Show

Exhibits[edit]

  • 2015 - Solo Exhibition entitled "Ode To The Grand Strand" at the Franklin G. Burroughs, Simeon B. Chapin Art Museum of Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina from May 26 through September 15, 2015.[59]
  • 2010 — National Watercolor Society 90th Annual Jurried Exhibition
  • 2008 — National Watercolor Society 88th Annual Juried Exhibition[60]
  • 2005 — North East Watercolor Society National Juried Watercolor Exhibition
  • 2005 — Arizona Watercolor Association National Juried Watercolor Exhibition
  • 2005 — Charleston, SC Annual Piccolo Spoleto Festival Juried Art Exhibition
  • 2005 — Pittsburgh Watercolor Society Annual National Exhibition[61]
  • 2005 — Northwest Watercolor Society Annual Open Exhibition
  • 2002 — Texas Watercolor Society Annual National Exhibition
  • 2002 — Georgia Watercolor Society Annual National Exhibition
  • 2001 — Academic Artist Association of Connecticut Annual Exhibition
  • 2001 — Harrisburg, PA Art Association Annual Exhibition
  • 2001 — Sacramento,CA Fine Arts Cntr Ann'l Internat'l "Magnum Opus" Exbt.
  • 2001 — Sante Fe Trail International Art Show
  • 2001 — Pennsylvania Watercolor Society Annual National Exhibition
  • 2001 — Taos National Exhibition of American Watercolor
  • 2001 — Missouri Watercolor Society Annual National Exhibition
  • 2001 — Associated Artists of Southport, NC Annual National Juried Exhibition
  • 2001 — Academic Artists Association of Connecticut Annual National Juried Show
  • 2001 — Boulder Art Association Annual National Juried Exhibition
  • 2001 — Hilton Head, SC Art League Annual National Juried Exhibition
  • 2001 — Fort Worth, TX Watercolor Society Annual National Juried Exhibition
  • 2001 — Plano, TX Art League Annual National Juried Exhibition
  • 2001 — Watercolor Society of Houston, TX Annual National Juried Exhibition
  • 2001 — Missouri Watercolor Society Annual National Juried Exhibition
  • 2001 — Merriam, KS Annual National Juried Exhibition
  • 2001 — Washt'n and Jeff'n Coll., Washington, PA Annual National Juried Exhibition
  • 2001 — Louisiana Watercolor Society Annual National Juried Exhibition
  • 2001 — Georgia Watercolor Society Annual National Juried Exhibition
  • 2001 — Baker Arts Center, Liberal, KS National Juried Show
  • 2000 — Salmagundi Club, Manhattan, NY National Juried Exhibition
  • 2000 — North East Watercolor Society National Annual Juried Exhibition
  • 2000 — Rhode Island Watercolor Society Annual Juried Show
  • 2000 — Western Colorado Watercolor Society Annual Juried Exhibit
  • 2000 — Kentucky Watercolor Society Annual Juried Show
  • 2000 — Louisville, Colorado Art Association Annual Juried Show
  • 2000 — Arizona Watercolor Association Annual Show
  • 2000 — Arizona Watercolor Association Traveling Exhibit
  • 2000 — Colonie Art League Annual Show
  • 2000 — Sacramento Fine Arts Center Annual Show
  • 2000 — South Carolina Watercolor Society Annual Show
  • 2000 — Southport, NC Annual Art Show
  • 2000 — Charleston, SC Annual Spoletto Arts Show
  • 2000 — Moja Arts Festival, City of Charleston, SC Annual Juried Show
  • 2000 — Brand XXX Annual National Juried Exhibition, Glendale, CA
  • 2000 — Arizona Watercolor Association Fall Membership Exhibition
  • 2000 — Laredo, Texas Center for the Arts 8th Annual International Juried Show
  • 2000 — Period Gallery, Omaha, NE Annual International Juried Art Exhibit
  • 2000 — Texas Watercolor Society Annual National Exhibit
  • 2000 — Arizona Aqueous Annual National Water Media Exhibition
  • 2000 — Louisiana Art & Artists Guild Annual Juried National Exhibition
  • 1999 — Southern Watercolor Society Annual Show
  • 1999 — Texas Watercolor Society Annual Show

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