Jéréme Crow is a painter and maker working from a studio on the east coast of England. He predominantly paints in oils as well as creating mixed media sculptural work and assemblages which inform his paintings. Jéréme’s work reflects his experiences, nostalgia, melancholy and he is often drawn back to the recurring theme of self-portraiture. His works are in public and private collections in Europe, Asia, Australia and the USA.
“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.”