Roberto Jamora is a Richmond-based artist and educator. He holds an MFA from Purchase College, State University of New York and a BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University. He teaches at Virginia Commonwealth University and the College of William & Mary.
Roberto is working on a series of abstract paintings titled “An Inventory of Traces” which explores how color triggers memory.
He is the Asian Centennial Distinguished Fine Arts Fellow at the College of William & Mary. He has participated in Artist-in-Residence programs at Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Joan Mitchell Center, Ragdale Foundation, and Sambalikhaan Foundation. This summer, Roberto will be a Fellow at the Hambidge Center in Rabun Gap, GA.
His artwork has been exhibited at Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, Contemporary Art Center of New Orleans, Antenna, FLXST Contemporary, Page Bond Gallery, Philippine Consulate in New York, ADA Gallery, Topaz Arts, Norte Maar, Shockoe Artspace, JuiceBox Art Space, Good Enough Projects, Quality Gallery, Scott Charmin Gallery, Fouladi Projects, the Gaylord & Dorothy Donnelly Foundation, Open Space, Outlet Fine Art, ArtHelix, and Ishmael Bernal Gallery.
He is represented by Page Bond Gallery in Richmond and FLXST Contemporary in Chicago. His artwork is in collections including Capital One, Harvard Kennedy School, Atlanta Hawks NBA Team, and several private collections throughout North America, the Philippines, and United Kingdom.