Jeremy Gardiner is represented in London by
The Nine British Art

While you’re spending time at home, how about watching some of the short films showing Jeremy Gardiner painting on location, riding a kayak in Swanage, hang gliding in Rio de Janeiro or showing his paintings at London exhibitions.

A film is a good way to be somewhere, to understand and to be transported.

Click on the Films menu and enjoy!

Gardiner manages to create a mental map of the landscape, without ever being literal in approach – so that he captures that elusive quality that so many Romantic artists have sought to express: the genius loci or ‘sense of place’.

Simon Martin, Director, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester

The moody spirit of the southern coast – from Ilfracombe in North Devon to St Margaret’s Bay in Kent – has always attracted sculptors, writers and artists. Now it has inspired the subtlest of chronicles in Jeremy Gardiner’s latest series of paintings ‘South by Southwest’, an unfolding narrative of the dynamic relationship between man and nature, sky, land and sea along the most diverse coastline in the world.

Christopher Somerville, Walking Correspondent, The Times

I have collected illustrated topographical travel guides from the pre-war years such as the Ward Lock red guides and Our Beautiful Homeland series.  Using these resources I am encountering new perspectives on coastal locations in Dorset, Devon and Cornwall.

Jeremy Gardiner

South by Southwest, Jeremy Gardiner