Jeremy Barlow

     Primarily an artist with a strong architectural interest, Jeremy Barlow leads the viewer on an imaginative journey, through the splendours of Venice or the inviting pavement cafes of regional France, to reveal a host of tonal curves and angles of buildings. A master of composition, he opens a different perspective upon the walls and houses of branching streets, directing the eye to further complexities of brilliant light and dark shade.

     Barlow is fascinated by sunlight and his work beautifully reflects the dramatic theatre of the colour that the sun can create. From melancholy to joy, from longing to contentment, this interplay of light and shade creates a unique landscape of emotions that beautifully reflects the scene portrayed. The stillness of his images can often belie this emotional depth and character.

     Light and dark being the two primitive elemnts of existence, Barlow's images have an intrinsic, almost universal, appeal. 

Previous exhibitions include:

R.I. Mall Galleries, London Royal Academy, Summer

Exhibitions:

1992

  • Alam Gallery, Bristol
  • Spee Gallery, Delft, Holland
  • Cross Gate Gallery, Kentucky

1993

  • Adam Gallery, Bath
  • Mistral Gallery, London
  • Ringstead Galleries, Norfolk

1994

  • Mall Galleries, London
  • Mandalls Gallery, Norfolk
  • Ringstead Gallery, Norfolk

1995

  • Parkview Gallery, Bath
  • R.A. Summer Exhibition
  • David Messeum, London

1996

  • City Gallery, London
  • Wykeham Gallery, Stockbridge
  • Polak Gallery, London

1997

  • Century Gallery, Datchet
  • LLewellyn Alexander Galleries, London

1998

  • Mandells Gallery, Jersey
  • Bourne Gallery, Reigate
  • ROI Mall Galleries, London

1999

  • Fosse Gallery, Gloucestershire
  • Albermale Gallery, London
  • Wlaker Galleries, Harrogate
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