“In Gardiner’s paintings we find the same sensation as when walking among mountains – of man’s staggering insignificance, and the consequent sense of liberation at being so small and so transitory an episode in the greater scheme of things.”     

Andrew Lambirth

Jeremy Gardiner is a landscape painter with a deep interest in geology and time. His vision of landscape captures the environmental and industrial processes that shape the surface of the earth. His work has addressed industrial, urban and coastal landscapes, focusing as much on the natural phenomena that have changed them, as the human traces he finds.

Gardiner’s paintings of the coastline derive from his cumulative experience of walking along it, sailing past it and flying over it, studying changes wrought over millennia as well as during his lifetime. Using the medium of painting, Gardiner brings to his work a vital knowledge of contemporary practices, such as digital mapping and imagery, as tools to shape and transform what he sees. In so doing, he invites the viewer to reflect on their own transient relationship with the physical world.

Gardiner studied at Newcastle University (BFA 1975-9) and the Royal College of Art, London (MFA 1980-83), before moving to the United States from 1984 to 1999. He currently lives and works in the city of Bath, England. For nearly four decades he has exhibited internationally, including at the Venice Biennale, the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and the Chengdu Biennale in China. In London, he is represented by Portland Gallery where he exhibits regularly. Two monographs have been published about his work, Unfolding Landscape (Lund Humphries, 2013) and South by Southwest (Sansom & Co, 2020), which include essays by art historians, curators and critics. His work has been reviewed in The New York Times, The Boston Globe and the Miami Herald, and in numerous British publications, including The Guardian and The Sunday Times.

In 1984 Gardiner was awarded two fellowships. As a Churchill Fellow (June-July 1984) he spent the summer traveling throughout the US. In September, Gardiner moved to Boston as a Harkness Fellow (September 1984-September 1985), where he joined the Visible Language Workshop, a Department of the MIT Media Lab, which pioneered interdisciplinary collaboration between the arts and sciences. A Major Works grant from the Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Humanities (April 1985) facilitated the creation of a large-scale outdoor anamorphic sculpture, Panopticon, on the campus of the University of Massachusetts Amherst. In the fall of 1985 Gardiner moved to New York City, where he began a series of paintings for his exhibition at MIT’s Compton Gallery (Spring 1987), which helped him secure a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship (April 1987). In 1986 he was appointed to teach life drawing at Pratt Institute of Art and Design, Brooklyn. In 1988, a year in the small town of Cold Spring provided Gardiner with the opportunity to explore the landscapes of the Hudson River School. He returned to New York in 1989 to recommence painting and teaching.

During a sabbatical year in 1992, Gardiner taught in the RCA’s Printmaking Department and made several trips to the Dorset coast in Southwest England, a county made famous by Thomas Hardy’s novels and where generations of his own family had lived. While there, he began studies for his Ballard Point series of paintings based on the Jurassic Coast, a 95-mile-long stretch of coastline in the Southwest with a rich history of fossils and landforms, now designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

In 1993 Gardiner was invited to teach at the New World School of the Arts in Miami, where he met artists Jack Lembeck and Susan Banks and established LANDMIND, an environmental art collective. In 1995 they transformed a vacant lot in Miami into Brittle Star Park, an environmental art park, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Earth Day. For this, Gardiner received a Florida Council of the Arts Fellowship (June 1995). He returned to the UK in the summer of 1995 to continue painting the Jurassic Coast. The Ballard Point series was completed in his Miami studio in the summer of 1998, assisted by a New Forms grant from the Cultural Affairs Council (June 1998).

Returning to the UK with his family in 1999, Gardiner reconnected with the British landscape tradition and his familial and cultural roots, resulting in a series of exhibitions depicting the geology of the Southwest coast. The techniques used to create the paintings mirrored the geological processes he observed and studied: surfaces rubbed and polished, eroded, abraded and cut, stratum by stratum, as cliffs are shaped by the sea. Ballard Point, Gardiner’s first London exhibition after returning to the UK, was held at the Belgrave Gallery (2000), followed by Purbeck Light Years at Poole Centre for the Arts (2003). He exhibited work throughout the UK whilst continuing to show internationally in the USA, Norway, Australia and Japan, as well as at the First Beijing International Exhibition in China in 2004.

In 2010, Gardiner participated in Earthscapes: Geology and Geography, a touring group exhibition organized by Sherborne House Arts, an organization funded by Arts Council England. It took place alongside a series of presentations and discussions with artists and scientists exploring multidisciplinary approaches to landscape, each investigating how it is shaped by geological processes, organic life and human activity. Later that year, Gardiner was awarded a residency by Nottingham University’s Towards Pervasive Media initiative (May 2010-March 2011), funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. Gardiner was Artist in Residence in the Geography department, where he met academics from across the university to discuss their perspectives on the landscape of the Lake District. This research fed into an exhibition at the Wordsworth Centre in Ambleside, which included an interactive map of Wordsworth’s favorite walks projected onto a relief map, alongside paintings of waterfalls.

In 2013, Gardiner’s mid-career retrospective of over 100 paintings and prints, Unfolding Landscape, was held at King’s Place Gallery in London. It was accompanied by a monograph of the same name published by Lund Humphries. In October, Gardiner won first prize in the ING Discerning Eye competition at the Mall Galleries in London for his painting Pendeen Lighthouse, Cornwall.

Between 2014 and 2015 Gardiner visited Cornwall, Devon and Dorset on England’s South coast, producing 36 paintings and 40 watercolours depicting spectacular locations where lighthouses were erected to guide vessels to safety. His exhibition Pillars of Light (2016) was shown at The Nine British Art in London. A documentary film by Veronica Falcao following the painter’s journey won the Fine Arts Documentary prize at the Fine Arts Film Festival of Santa Barbara and was a Finalist in the BLOW-UP Chicago Arthouse Film Festival in 2016.

In 2020, Gardiner completed a five-year painting expedition along the South coast of England, inspired by engravings made by the British artist William Daniell for Voyage Around the Coast of England, between 1813 and 1823. This culminated in Gardiner’s touring exhibition South by Southwest, a series of 72 paintings and 60 watercolors, accompanied by a monograph of the same name, looking afresh at the harbours, bays, coves, castles and follies that characterize the area’s remarkable shoreline

In 2021, Gardiner’s work was selected for the Chengdu Biennale Superfusion. His ongoing desire to build new audiences for his work prompted him to apply to the British Council for a UK-China Connections through Culture grant, which he was awarded in March 2022. Gardiner is currently collaborating with the curators Chunchen Wang of the Central Academy of Fine Art (CAFA) in Beijing and Zhongshu Zhang of the Now Gallery for an exhibition of recent work at the Shanxi Contemporary Art Museum from July – September 2024. His exhibition Turning the Tide will be at the Sherborne in Dorset from 20th July – 13th October 2024.

For the past five years, Gardiner has been creating Strata, a series of 100 vertical paintings of the Jurassic Coast, 80 on handmade cotton rag paper and 20 on large-scale poplar panel. Each year he re-visits twenty sites, observing changes in the landscape, painting at different times of day, in different seasons and in varying weather conditions. The paintings explore his long-standing interest in deep time, geology, and how landscape is shaped by the forces of nature.

2024 | Harbours and Havens, Portland Gallery, London, UK; Turning the Tide, The Sherborne, Dorset, UK; Jeremy Gardiner, Shanxi Contemporary Art Museum, China

2022 | Contraband, Candida Stevens Gallery, Chichester, UK

2020 | South by Southwest (touring exhibition), St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington, UK; The Nine British Art, London, UK

2019 | Tintagel to Lulworth, The Nine British Art, London, UK

2018 | Geology of Landscape, Candida Stevens Gallery, Chichester, UK

2017 | Drawn to the Coast, The Nine British Art, London, UK

2016 | Pillars of Light, The Nine British Art, London, UK

2015 | Jurassic Coast, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, UK

2014 | Jeremy Gardiner, ING, City of London, UK 

2013 | Intaglio Monoprints, Pratt Gallery, Pratt Institute of Art and Design, Brooklyn, USA; Cornish Monoprints, Belgrave Gallery, St Ives, UK; Exploring the Elemental, The Nine British Art, London, UK; Unfolding Landscape (touring exhibition), Kings Place Gallery, London, UK; University of Northumbria Art Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK; Monoprints, Level 39, 1 Canada Water, London, UK

2010 | A Panoramic View, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, UK; Light Years, Jurassic Coast, Poole Centre for the Arts, Poole, Dorset, UK; Atlantic Edge, Belgrave Gallery, St Ives, UK; Along the Dorset Coast, Campden Gallery, Chipping Campden, UK

2008 | The Coast Revisited, The Nine British Art, London, UK

2007 | Arvor, Belgrave Gallery, St Ives, UK; Paintings and Monoprints, Atrium Gallery, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, Dorset, UK; Jeremy Gardiner, Foss Fine Art, London, UK; Along the Coast, Campden Gallery, Chipping Campden, UK

2006 | Jeremy Gardiner, 59th Aldeburgh Festival, Foss Fine Art, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, UK; Jurassic Coast, Black Swan Arts, Frome, Somerset, UK

2004 | Archipelago, Gallery 286, London, UK; Jeremy Gardiner, Northcote Gallery, London, UK; Jeremy Gardiner, Maltby Gallery, Winchester, UK

2003 | Purbeck Light Years, Poole Centre for the Arts, Poole, Dorset, UK

2001 | Jeremy Gardiner, Maltby Gallery, Winchester, UK

2000 | Ballard Point, Belgrave Gallery, London, UK

1991 | Jeremy Gardiner, Fine Arts Museum of Long Island, Long Island, USA

1989 | Jeremy Gardiner, Centro Cultural Cândido Mendes, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Jeremy Gardiner, Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo, Brazil

1987 | Telegenics, Compton Gallery, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

1985 | Heuristic Journeys, George Sherman Gallery, Boston University, Boston, USA; Jeremy Gardiner, Artworks Gallery, London, UK

1984 | Heuristic Journeys, Galerie 39, London, UK

1983 | Digital Totems, General Electric, Hirst Research Centre, London, UK

1980 | Jeremy Gardiner, Parnham House, Beaminster, Dorset, UK

 

 

2024 | Dorset Pavillion, 59th Venice Biennale, Italy; Artists in Purbeck, Russell Cotes Art Gallery and Museum, Bournemouth, UK

2023 | ING Discerning Eye 25th Anniversary Prizewinners Exhibition, ING, London, UK; Winter Exhibition, Candida Stevens Gallery, Chichester; Twenty @ Twenty, Campden Gallery, Chipping Campden; Modern British and Contemporary, The Nine British Art, London, UK

2022 | Sussex Landscape: Chalk, Wood and Water, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, UK; Water & Ways, Candida Stevens Gallery, Chichester, UK; A Murmuration, Candid Gallery, London, UK

2021 | Superfusion, Chengdu Biennale, Chengdu, China; Concrete Castles (touring exhibition), Cornwall Regimental Museum, Bodmin; National Trust Coleshill Estate, Swindon; Chepstow Museum, Chepstow, Wales; Royal Engineers Museum, Gillingham, UK; Unsettling Landscapes, St Barbe Museum, Lymington, UK; Selected Work, Linley, London, UK; Art on a Postcard, Hepatitis C Trust, London, UK

2019 | Twenty Stations of the Dorset Coast, Sladers Yard, Bridport, Dorset, UK; Three x Nine, The Nine British Art, London, UK; Drawn to Dorset (touring exhibition), Fine Foundation Gallery, Swanage, Dorset, UK; Glebe Gallery, Shaftesbury, Dorset, UK; Sunday Times Watercolour Competition (touring exhibition), Mall Galleries, London, UK; Sussex Landscapes, Candida Stevens Gallery, Chichester, Sussex, UK

2018 | Coast, St Barbe Museum, Lymington, UK; RCA Secret, Royal College of Art, London, UK; Impressions on Paper, David Simon Gallery, Bath, UK; Present Day, Candida Stevens Gallery, Chichester, UK

2017 | Capture the Castle, Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton, UK; Coastal Connections, The Otter Gallery, University of Chichester, Chichester, UK; RCA Secret, Royal College of Art, London, UK

2016 | Facing History, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK; Digital Futures, British Computer Society, London, UK; RCA Secret, Royal College of Art, London, UK

2015 | Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK; Nature, Politics and Science, DLI Museum, Durham, UK; Shorelines Artists on the South Coast, St Barbe Museum, Lymington, UK; The Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London, UK

2014 | The Newcastle Connection, University of Northumbria Art Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK; Songs of Nature, Foss Fine Art, London, UK; Ways of Looking, Aldeburgh Gallery, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, UK

2013 | The Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London, UK; Mapping the Way, Walford Mill Crafts, Wimborne, Dorset, UK; Pave the Way, Intaglio Monoprints, Haysom Quarry, Langton Matravers, Dorset, UK; Summer Show, Belgrave Gallery, St Ives, UK

2012 | Painting the Sea, The Art Stable, Blandford, Dorset, UK; Coast Unearthed, Bridport Arts Centre, Bridport, Dorset, UK

2010 | Earthscapes, Geology and Geography (touring exhibition), Bridport Arts Centre, Bridport, Dorset; Thelma Hulbert Gallery, Honiton, Devon, UK; 105th Annual exhibition, Bath Society of Artists, Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, UK; Works on Paper, Campden Gallery, Chipping Campden, UK; 3D 2D, Edinburgh Printmakers, Edinburgh, UK; Belgrave Gallery, St Ives, UK

2009 | Imaginalis, Chelsea Art Museum, New York, USA; Mapping the Coast, Dorset County Museum, Dorchester, Dorset, UK; 157th Autumn Exhibition, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, UK

2008 | Landscapes (touring exhibition), Salon de Yutaka, Kanazawa, Japan; Japan Art de Art, Osaka, Japan; Artzone, Kyoto, Japan; Orie Gallery, Tokyo, Japan; Gallery Mai, Tokyo, Japan; Gallery Atos, Okinawa, Japan; Acostage Gallery, Takamatsu, Japan; Summer Show, 61st Aldeburgh Festival, Foss Fine Art, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, UK; Streaming Museums, Federal Plaza, Melbourne, Australia; Art Loan Collection, Bournemouth University

2007 | Group Show, Modern British Artists, London, UK; A Postcard from St Ives, Belgrave Gallery, St Ives, UK; Cornish Show, Thompson’s Gallery, London, UK

2006 | Summer Show, 59th Aldeburgh Festival, Aldeburgh, Suffolk, UK; Art Loan Collection, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, Dorset, UK; Ancient landscapes, Midtsommerfest, Tysvaer, Norway; Time Passes, Renscombe Farm, Worth Matravers, Dorset, UK; Originals, Mall Galleries, London, UK

2005 | Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK; Art Loan Collection, Winchester University, Winchester, UK; Petro-Canada Arts Project, No.1 London Bridge, London, UK

2004 | New Media Arts, First Beijing International Exhibition, China; Works on Paper, Sears Peyton Gallery, New York, USA; Hunting Art Prize, Royal College of Art, London, UK

2003 | The Contemporary Landscape, Campden Gallery, Chipping Campden, UK; Peterborough Art Prize, Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Peterborough, UK; Site Soundings + Digital Terrains, Deluxe Gallery, London, UK; The Land, Dorset County Hospital, Dorchester, Dorset, UK

2002 | Laing Landscape Competition, Mall Galleries, London, UK; Quiet Waters, Poole Study Gallery, Poole, Dorset, UK; A Pelican in the Wilderness, Holburne Museum of Art, Bath, UK; International Symposium on Electronic Art, Nagoya Port Building, Nagoya, Japan

2001 | Jeremy Gardiner/Geoffrey Dashwood, Maltby Gallery, Winchester, UK; Laing Landscape Competition, Mall Galleries, London, UK; Art Loan Collection, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, Dorset, UK; Belgrave Gallery, London, UK; The Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London, UK

2000 | Group Show, Neuhoff Gallery, New York, USA

1999 | Prints, Novosibirsk State Museum of Local History, Siberia, Russia; Gallery Artists, Belloc Lowndes Fine Art, Chicago, USA; Gamut, Colville Place Gallery, London, UK; 147th Autumn Exhibition, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol, UK

1998 | Landmark, Atrium Gallery, Bournemouth University, Bournemouth, Dorset, UK; Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK

1997 | Isle of Purbeck, Silicon Gallery, Philadelphia, USA

1996 | Digital Salon, Visual Arts Museum, School of Visual Arts, New York, USA; Multimedia Artworks, University of Ghent, Ghent, Belgium

1995 | ArCade Prints, Brighton University, Brighton, UK

1994 | Four Englishmen and an Irishman, Joel Kessler Gallery, Miami, USA

1991 | Virtual Memories, Friends of Photography, San Francisco, USA

1989 | Print 89, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, UK; Fictive Strategies, Squibb Gallery, New York, USA

1988 | Emerging Visions in Art, Tibor de Nagy Gallery, New York, USA; Summer in the City, Twining Gallery, New York, USA; A Kiss is just a Kiss, Twining Gallery, New York, USA; Art and Computers, Cleveland Gallery, Middlesborough, UK; Prix Ars Electronica, Upper Austrian Regional Studios, Linz, Austria

1987 | Emerging Expressions, Bronx Museum, New York, USA; Group Show, Casas Toledo Oosterom, New York, USA; High Tech/High Touch in Printmaking, Pratt Institute Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, USA

1986 | 42nd Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy; Tradition & Innovation in Printmaking (touring exhibition), Milton Keynes Gallery, Milton Keynes; Ferens Art Gallery, Hull; Andrew Grant Gallery, Edinburgh; Barbican Centre, London; Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth, UK; The Computer as an Art Tool, Hurlbutt Gallery, Greenwich, Connecticut, USA; The Artist and the Computer III, Louisville Art Gallery, Kentucky, USA; Artists in the Computer Age, Owens-Illinois Art Centre, Toledo, Ohio, USA

1985 | State of the Art, Twining Gallery, New York, USA; Major Works, New England Arts Biennial, University of Amherst, Massachusetts, USA; Emerging Expressions, Bronx Museum of the Arts, New York, USA; Self Portraits, The Photographers Gallery, London, UK; Digicon, Burnaby Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada; Arts Festival, University of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia, Canada

1983 | Electra 83, Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France; The Pick of New Graduate Art, Christies, London, UK

1982 | New Contemporaries, ICA, London, UK; Pictures for Schools Exhibition, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, UK; Picture Loan Scheme, Ceolfrith Arts Centre, Sunderland, UK

1981 | Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London, UK; Metropolis, Royal Festival Hall, London, UK; Unicorn Trust Auction, Morley Gallery, London, UK

1980 | Artist in Industry (touring exhibition), The Cooper Gallery, Barnsley, Sheffield City Art Gallery, Sheffield; Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery, Doncaster, Crescent Art Gallery, Scarborough, UK; Drawing into Painting, LYC Museum and Art Gallery, Cumbria, UK; Reliefs, Royal College of Art, London, UK

1978 | The Northern Art Exhibition, Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead, UK, Student Drawing, Park Square Gallery, Leeds, UK

 

Barclays Wealth Management, Poole, Dorset, UK

BNP Paribas, London, UK

Bournemouth University Art Collection, Bournemouth, Dorset, UK

Centrebridge, London, UK

Cleary Gottlieb, London, UK

Davis Polk & Wardwell, Paris, France

Dorset Museum, Dorchester, Dorset, UK

Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi, Milan, Italy

GDF Suez, London, UK

General Electric, London, UK

GlaxoSmithKline, London, UK

Goodwin Proctor, London, UK

Government Art Collection, London, UK

Greenlight Capital, London, UK

Hatton Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

Imperial College Art Collection, London, UK

ING, London, UK

Lawrence Graham LLP, London, UK

LGV, London, UK

NYNEX Corporate Collection, New York, USA

Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, Sussex, UK

Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK

Peter Taylor and Associates, London, UK

Pinsent Masons, London, UK

Rathbones, London, UK

Rank Xerox, London, UK

Royal College of Art Collection, London, UK

Royal National Lifeboat Institution, Poole, Dorset, UK

Smartarch, Bath, UK

Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton, Hants, UK

St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery, Lymington, Hants, UK

St Thomas’ Hospital Collection, London, UK

Swindon Museum and Art Gallery, Swindon, Wiltshire, UK

T. Rowe Price, UK

Tudor Capital, London, UK

University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK

Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK

Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, Somerset, UK

Watson Wyatt, London, UK

 

 

 

2022 | British Council UK-China Connections through Culture Grant

2020 | Arts Council England Grant

2017 | Senior Fellowship, Advance HE

2013 | First Prize, ING Discerning Eye

2010 | Arts Council England Grants for the Arts; Artist in Residence Nottingham University, Towards Pervasive Media, Engineering and Physical Research Council (EPSRC)

2009 | RiTE grant, Higher Education Funding Council for England

2008 | Arts Council England Research and Development Award

2007 | Arts and Humanities Research Council Grant

2003 | Peterborough Art Prize

2002 | National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts Grant

1998 | New Forms Grant, Cultural Affairs Council, Florida

1995 | Florida Council on the Arts Fellowship

1988 | Prix Ars Prize, Austria

1987 | New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship

1985 | Major Works Grant, Massachusetts Council on the Arts and Humanities

1984 | Harkness Fellowship; Churchill Fellowship

1981 | John Minton Scholarship, Royal College of Art

1979 | Yorkshire Arts, Artist in Industry Fellowship

1978 | Midland Bank Drawing Prize; Hatton Scholarship, Newcastle University

1977 | John Christie Scholarship; Newcastle University Northern Arts Exhibition Award

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