‘A Painted Conversation – contemporary reflections on Van Dyck portraits at Welbeck.’
My solo show at the Harley gallery 19/01/19 – 23/03/19
I am really happy to announce my painting ‘Portrait of an artist’s moustache after Velázquez’ has been selected  by Hurvin Anderson, artist and 2017 Turner Prize nominee; Rosie Millard, journalist, author and Chair of Hull UK City of Culture 2017 and Dr Barnaby Wright, Curator of 20th Century Art at the Courtauld Institute of Art for the  Ferens Art Gallery  2018 Open Exhibition. 
Dates for the show are  Saturday 17 February to Sunday 22 April 2018.
Portrait of an artist after Velázquez
I am delighted to have my painting  ‘Portrait of Dom with Indian yellow’ included in the Harley gallery biennial open and selected as the winner of the Harley prize . The exhibition runs from 24/06/2017 – 20/08/2017
Now showing at Folkestone’s Lilford gallery in the Heart of the Creative Quarter. 
“Saw your new work in Folkestone yesterday Jéréme, totally fabulous, such a diverse talented artist!””I love these Jéréme and the ideas behind them. Whoever said painting was dead hasn’t seen your work! Very clever and beautiful.”




London group flyer

The Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Prize 2015
10th July – 9th October 2015


‘Self portrait with box brownie’ – Oil on board

I am so excited that  my self-portrait has been selected for the Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Prize 2015 exhibition.
The exhibition opens 10th July at Piano Nobile Kings Place and continues until 9th October 2015.
A selection of self-portraits from this exhibition go on will tour to the Pallant House Gallery in Chichester later in the year.

Piano Nobile Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG
Open: Monday – Sunday 9am – 8pm
Tel: 020 7229 1099

exhibition poster

‘The art of remembering’


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The exhibition I am part of at the Rheged centre in the Lake District starts today. It runs from the 20th September until the 23rd November and will open every day from 10.30am till 4.30pm. ‘The Art of Remembering is a new contemporary art exhibition supported by Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund, and developed by Rheged. It asks what emotional connection remains to the First World War, and looks at how we have memorialised the conflict over the past 100 years. The exhibition features new work by 12 British artists selected from a national call out and it includes four new artworks commissioned by Rheged especially for the occasion. The Art of Remembering asks questions about how we remember events collectively, and re-evaluate our moral and patriotic attitudes over time.’ Running alongside the exhibition is a programme of talks, films and events surrounding the themes of remembering and World War One.

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