Flowers for Freo

Jeremy Holton, Gallery Nine by Five

An exhibition of recent work by Jeremy Holton titled 'flowers for freo'

Art Exhibition previously on in Fremantle precinct, Western Australia, Australia.
From Friday 30 May 2008 to Friday 20 June 2008
Launch Friday 30 May 2008, Opening night is Friday the 30th May at 6:30

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Published by anonymous on Friday 09 May 2008.
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An exhibition of recent work by Jeremy Holton titled ‘flowers for freo’ will be opened by John Longley on Friday the 30th May 2008. The exhibition will open at 6:30 with wine from Watershed winery in Margaret River and food from L2 Eat Cafe. A film crew from CTV Perth will be there to film the event for the show Gallery Watch.

After graduating in England, Jeremy worked as; a Town Planner in UK; a Geologist in East Africa and Australia; an Information Technology executive in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth; and as Director of IT consulting for Ernst & Young.
He studied for the Diploma of Art at the Claremont School of Art, in Perth.

In 1994 he held his first solo exhibition of Pilbara landscapes at Woodside Petroleum in Perth and in Karratha. Since then he has had highly successful annual exhibitions at galleries in Perth as well as exhibiting in Melbourne, Adelaide, Broome, Yallingup, Mandurah, Cairns and the USA.

His paintings have proved to be popular with publishers and are used in book covers published by the Australian Broadcasting Commission, Michigan University Press and CD albums.

Lloyd Rees, Van Gogh, Bonnard, Klimt, the Fauvres, Lucian Freud, Arthur Boyd, Sidney Nolan, John Perceval and Fred Williams have influenced Jeremy.

Despite a wide range of techniques and approaches to painting, Jeremy’s work is immediately recognisable due to his strong style. He works mainly in oil on canvas but also uses oil pastels and ink


6 Elder Place Fremantle