“I am a painter and maker based on the east coast of England.  As a child in an army family I was lucky enough to move every couple of years and experience interesting and sometimes exotic places growing up.

As an adult I have continued this theme moving almost nomadically when a place has no more to discover. The constant has been my vocation to be an artist which I have practiced regardless of where I lived or what occupation I was doing.

I am interested in the way other artists paint, particularly artists from the past.  Looking at  artists such as Van Dyck’s work in the Portland Collection, I admire how he used meticulous glazes for the faces and perfectly rendered fabric and clothing. 

My most recent paintings draw from historic works as well as the people I meet today.”

 If you would like to buy a piece or for  information on commissioning your own portrait please get in touch.



  • Electra magazine –  ‘Rose madder with cadmium red, after Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres ‘Madame Moitessier’ used to accompany an essay by Serena Giordano – 2018
  • Inside Kent magazine – Artist feature – June 2018
  • Contemporary British Painting – Painting of the Day  ‪#‎PaintBritain ‘Portrait of a moustache with ultramarine and viridian after Thomas de Keyser’ – 6 November 2017
  • Inside Kent magazine – Artist of the month feature – March 2017
  • Contemporary British Painting – Painting of the Day #PaintBritain, Cerulean blue with ultramarine after Giovanni Bellini ‘portrait of doge leonardo loredan’ – January 2017
  • Contemporary British Painting – Painting of the Day  ‪#‎PaintBritain ‘Titianium white’, after Anthony van Dyck ‘Portrait of Cornelis van der Geest’ – 6 April 2016
  • Contemporary British Painting – Painting of the Day  ‪#‎PaintBritain ‘Study of a Snow Leopard (stuffed)’ – 18 January 2016
  • The London Group edited by Jane Humphrey (ISBN 978-0-9927089-3-1)
  • Discover Art magazine (Issue 4) – January 2015
  • ITV news -11 October 2014 (Rheged ‘Art of remembering’)
  • Aesthetica – The Art & Culture magazine, issue 55, October 2013
  • National UK Youth Music Theatre – 2013 (Painting used for ‘Le Tabou’)
  • BBC arts & culture feature – February 2010
  • Artist & Illustrator magazine feature – November 2009



  • Fine art foundation – Cumbria College of Art & Design – 1994
  • First class BA (Hons) Painting – The University for the Creative Arts (OCA) – 2014


  • Winner of the OCA’s  2014 Richard Robbins Award
  • winner of The Harley Prize 2017 – judges were Hannah Obee (Exhibitions Curator, Chatsworth) Geoff Diego Litherland(Artist) Lucy Phillips (Director, Leicester Print Workshop)



  • ‘A painted conversation, Contemporary reflections on Van Dyck portraits at Welbeck.’ The Harley Gallery, 19 January 2019 – 24 March 2019
  • Lilford Gallery (Creative Quarter, Folkestone) – 2016, 2017, 2018
  • Ferens Art Gallery 2018 Open, 17 February to 22 April 2018
  • The Harley Gallery 2017 Biennial Open, 24 June 2017 – 20 August 2017
  •  ‘Your view’ A multi artist film project in collaboration with Gillian Wearing  – Brighton Festival, university of Brighton gallery – April 2016
  • ‘The Art of Remembering’ – touring the North of England –  2015
  • ‘The Ruth Borchard Self Portrait Prize 2015’ –   Piano Nobile Kings Place, Gallery Level, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG –  10th July to 9th October 2015
  • The London Group 2015 Biennial Open, Oct 13th – 23rd, Cello Factory, London.
  • ‘Diary of E W Erlam’ solo show,  The Horsebridge centre, Whitstable, 4 – 10 February 2015 (supported by the Open college of the Arts)
  • ‘The Art of Remembering’ – The Rheged Centre, Cumbria, 20 Sept – 23 Nov 2014
  • ‘Primrose hill…Call at 34 Elsworthy rd about Parrot’ The Parrot museum, Netherlands, Curated by Borstel & Kort – September 2014
  • ‘Stack’ Selected works Curated by Sharon Read and Bethany Murray. Hosted by gallery 202, December 2014
  • ‘Love, love me do,’ Cursley & Bond Gallery – February 2014,  Creative quarter, Folkestone, Kent.
  • The 2013 Dazed and Refused exhibition, The Arch Gallery Cambridge Heath Road Bethnal Green London E2
  • Christmas exhibition in association with the Creative Foundation, 22-29 December 2012, 56-58 The Old High Street, Folkestone.
  • Lilford gallery (Canterbury) 2011
  • The Bodhini gallery (St Albans) 2011
  • Ink Paint Stitch exhibition showcasing the work of Jereme Crow & Sam Crow – 6-13 August 2011 , 65 Tontine st, Folkestone, Kent. In association with the Creative foundation and the Folkestone triennial fringe 2011.
  • Christmas exhibition in association with the Creative Foundation, 17-24 December 2011, 67 The Old High Street, Folkestone.
  • 20/21 International art fair (Royal College of Art) February 2010
  • AffordART 2010
  •  The Neville Pundole Gallery in association with Eisen Fine Arts (France) Timber Batts, Bodsham, Kent (10,11 July 2010)
  • Harbour Gallery (Whitstable) 2009/10/11
  • Castle Arts (Canterbury) 2008/09/10
  • David Lilford fine art (UK art fairs) 2008/09/10
  • Artist in residence at the Marlowe theatre in association with Corridor Arts 2008
  • Neville Pundole gallery (Folkestone) 2009
  • Solo show, Creative Quarter, Folkestone, Kent (In association with the Creative Foundation) July 2009
  • Art Ireland (Dublin) 2008/09
  • Pantiles Edge gallery (Royal Tunbridge Wells) 2008
  • Gallery Kaleidoscope (London) 2007
  • Affordable Art Fair 2007(Battersea London) 2007
  • Upstairs Gallery (Deal, Kent) 2007
  • Art at five gallery (Brighton) 2006
  • Over the sofa gallery (Wivenhoe) 2004
  • Life gallery (Colchester) 2004


Paintings in private collections in Europe, Asia,  Australia and the USA.

All images are copyrighted © by Jéréme Crow. The use of any image from this site is prohibited unless prior written permission from the artist is obtained.



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