The sculptures are moved by the wind. Like dark matter in the universe, the wind is unseen save by its effects and often ignored unless it is doing something useful or destructive. But the mysteries are at least partially revealed as it animates objects in its path. Much of my work is simple and linear, focusing on the movement and change as much as the individual forms.
As Jones says himself: "Because the wind cannot be seen, it is often ignored unless it is doing something useful or destructive. But it is endlessly fascinating in its own right: the way it reveals itself, animating objects in its path. Some of my work is decorative or figurative, but the pieces with more linear elements are concerned with shifting geometries, with possibility and probability, with chaos, ambiguity, order and recognition. In light winds, the movement can be quite gentle and the juxtapositions slow to change. In stronger wind, some pieces get frantic and confusing".