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Paintings of Perth
     

Paintings of Perth

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by Jeremy Holton
 

Perth in Western Australia is a lovely city set on a wide river and the Indian Ocean. Internationally renowned artist Jeremy Holton has captured the City of Perth in the series of paintings displayed in this book. They are combined with the artist's notes written at the time of painting which tell the reader more about Perth and his feelings about the

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Perth in Western Australia is a lovely city set on a wide river and the Indian Ocean. Internationally renowned artist Jeremy Holton has captured the City of Perth in the series of paintings displayed in this book. They are combined with the artist's notes written at the time of painting which tell the reader more about Perth and his feelings about the City.

The book will be of interest to art lovers everywhere and especially residents of Perth, visitors and those who dream of coming to this exciting city on the edge of a vast and empty continent.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011192364
Publisher:
Jeremy Holton
Publication date:
01/22/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
4 MB

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Meet the Author

After graduating as a BSc in England, Jeremy worked as a Town Planner in the UK, a Geologist in East Africa and Australia, an Information Technology executive in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth and subsequently a management consultant. He works mainly in his studio in Mount Helena but he also has a an arts guesthouse in NE Thailand on Mekong River and the Lao border. Thailand-painting-holidays.com He studied for the Diploma of Art at the Claremont School of Art, in Perth, and in 1994 he held his first solo exhibition of Pilbara landscapes at Woodside Petroleum in Perth and Karratha. Since then he has had highly successful annual exhibitions at galleries in Perth and exhibited in Broome, Yallingup, Mandurah, Adelaide, Melbourne, Cairns, UK and the USA. His paintings have been used in several books, CDs and magazines for publishers including the Australian Broadcasting Commission, Michigan University Press, the New York Art Guide and Palette Magazine. Jeremy’s influences include Lloyd Rees, Van Gogh, Bonnard, Klimt, the Fauves, Lucian Freud, Arthur Boyd, John Perceval, Brett Whitely, Chagall, Garry Shead, Fred Williams, Stanley Spencer and Paula Rego . His work is always innovative and with an enthusiasm and passion for art he concurrently develops several themes both painterly and conceptual. Jeremy’s paintings are characterised by movement, colour and wit. Jeremy's work is represented in many private and public collections, both in Australia and internationally. In March 1995 he established the first Internet art gallery in Australia, at http://www.peachtreegallery.com. The gallery is included in the National Archives with copies of it taken annually. It contains images of over 700 of Jeremy’s paintings, with free downloadable posters of many and exhibition catalogues. You can view a video of Jeremy’s recent exhibition opening, join his mailing list and chat with Jeremy at the web site. Jeremy has a small gallery at his studio in Mount Helena and visitors are always welcome, just give him a ring first to make sure that he is in. Contact details: Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/+JeremyHoltonartist, email jeremy@jeremyholton.com mobile/text message: Australia 0411 580 903, phone (08) 6394 1592, Skype, Yahoo, Facebook Flickr and Twitter user name jeremyholton, Blog http://jeremyholton.blogspot.com/

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Paintings of Perth 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
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