Born in Munster, Germany, Jeremy Gardiner studied first at University of Newcastle Upon Tyne (BA Hons Fine Art) 1975-79, followed by studies at Royal College of Art (MA Painting) 1980-83. He has achieved a very active and international artistic career, exhibiting world wide, and receiving many awards and fellowships (see list below).

Currently living in Somerset, Gardiner has shown his work locally at the Belgrave Gallery, St Ives.







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Works include: Levant Cliffs, Cornwall 2011, Monoprint; 40 x 20 cms; Porthtowan Coast, Summer, Cornwall 2011, Monoprint; 40 x 40 cms; Summer Storm, The Lizard

Selected Collections:

BNP Paribas, Paris

Glaxo Smith Kline, Harlow

Lawrence Graham, London

Ente Nazionale Idrocarburi, Milan

Government Art Collection, London

Imperial College Art Collection, London

General Electric, London

NYNEX Corporate Collection, White Plains, New Jersey

Bournemouth University Art Collection

Royal College of Art Collection



2007 A Postcard from St. Ives, Belgrave Gallery, St. Ives

2010 Atlantic Edge, From St. Agnes to The Lizard, Belgrave Gallery, St. Ives

Selected Group Exhibitions: RWE, New York City, Japan and Australia

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Awards and Fellowships:

Peterborough Art Prize 2003

NESTA learning grant 2002

New Forms Grant, Cultural Affairs Council, Florida 1998

Forida Council on the Arts Fellowship 1995

Prix Arts Electronica, ORF, Austria 1988

New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship 1987

Major Works Grant, Massachusetts Council on the Arts & Humanities 1985

Harkness Fellowship 1984-86

Churchill Fellowship 1984

Artist in Industry Fellowship, Arts Council of Great Britain 1979



Jeremy Miles, "The Constant Gardiner," The Daily Echo, March 13, 2007

Christopher Hansford, "Inspired by a Jurassic Landscape," Bath Chronicle, January 13, 2006

Peter Davies, "Jurassic Coast," Black Swan Publishing, 2006

Christopher Woodward, "Purbeck Light Years," ISBN 0-9543788-1-4, 2003

Jeremy Miles, "Lighting up Lighthouse," The Daily Echo, Oct 4, 2003

Simon Olding, "Quiet Waters," Colville Publishing, ISBN 0-9536240-6-4, 2002

Kate Watson-Smyth, "Open to Visitors," The Independent, Sep 6, 1999

Jeremy Miles, "Celebrating Art in Dorset," The Daily Echo, May 15, 1998

Iain Burt, "The Isle of Purbeck, A very Surreal and Romantic Visit," CTI Magazine,1998

Kirsten Solberg, "Isle of Purbeck," Leonardo, Volume 29, Number 5, 1996

Sandie Angulo, "Grants reward the creative struggle," Miami Herald, August 17, 1995

Helen Harrison, "Varied Approaches of Expatriates," The New York Times, June 9, 1991

Kelly Wise, "Jeremy Gardiner," The Boston Globe, June 6, 1987

Tom Elliot, "Jeremy Gardiner," Blitz, July 1986

Lawrence Marks, "Art at Work," Observer Magazine, December 7, 1980