ABOUT

 

self portrait with cobalt blue and paynes grey

 

“I am interested in exploring biography, repetition, temporality, time and memories through the manipulation and invention of narrative. My subjects include self-portraits, landscapes and still lifes, where I create small models as well as assemblages of ordinary objects. I am concerned with the observation of form, light, detail, texture, colour while exploring painting techniques and materials. I often work to a small scale, which I think gives an intimacy for the viewer to reminisce and share their own nostalgia with the painting.”

Exhibitions:

  • ‘Lego still lifes’ on show at the Harley Gallery – 18 January 2020 – 19 April 2020
  • ‘Little Originals exhibition’ Dock Street Studios, Dundee – 7th – 28th December 2019
  • ‘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

Publications:

  • Contemporary British Painting – Painting of the Day  ‪#‎PaintBritain ‘King of the world’ – 18 September 2019
  • 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

 

Awards:

  • 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)

 

Education:

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

 

 

 

 

Paintings in public and  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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