Jeremy holmes artist

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Born 1984, Cooperstown, NY
Lives and works in Ithaca, NY

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2015

Market Art + Design, featured by Exhibit A, Bridgehampton NY 

Locally Sourced, Johnson Museum of Art, Ithaca NY

AAF Hong Kong, Artered Gallery

AAF Spring Singapore, Artered Gallery 

2014 

Solo Show Perpetual Curves, Exhibit A, Corning NY  

Aqua Art Miami featured by Exhibit A, Miami FL  

Solo Convergence (site-specific installation,) Leonard Pearlstein Gallery, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA 

Atmosphere, Jenny Forster & Jeremy Holmes, Galerie Isabelle Lesmeister, Regensburg, Germany

AAF Spring Singapore, Artered Gallery 

AAF Fall Singapore, Artered Gallery 

2013

Scope Basel, Switzerland. Artered Gallery

London Art Fair, UK. Artered Gallery

Group Show, Artered Gallery, NY

2012

Singapore, Aretered Gallery 
Wilderstein Historic Site Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition  Reinbeck NY
Big Lobby Art, Openhouse Gallery; curated by the arts collective, Streetwater
New York, NY
Torqued & Twisted: Bentwood Today, Center for Craft, Creativity & Design, Hendersonville, NC

2011
An Exhibition of Gallery Artists, Exhibit A, Corning, NY
The Longest Night, Gowanus Ballroom, Brooklyn, NY

2010 
20th Annual Members Exhibition, Rochester Contemporary, Rochester, NY
Bloom: The Creative Industries Art Show: Invitational.  Cologne, Germany.  
Art In the Heart of the City, Juried Public Art Project. Ithaca Commons, Ithaca, NY  
Arc Angle, Lucky Gallery, Brooklyn, NY                                                                    
Abstracts from 7 Emerging New York Artists, Smithy Gallery, Cooperstown, NY

2009
The Mansion Regional, Wilbur Mansion, Oneonta, NY                  
Artists From Sodus Art Bank. Whip Works Art Gallery, Windsor NY                                    
Fluxus Friday, Neuberger Museum, Purchase College, NY

2007
Conversations, Thesis Exhibition, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, State University of New York at New Paltz  NY                                           
Archeology of a Storm, a Cave Dog performance, Kingston Biennial, Hasbrook Park, N.Y.                                                                                      
Made in New York Wood Show, Cooperstown Art Association, NY.               
Nature and Balance, Arsenal Center for the Arts, Watertown MA  

Conversations, Kingston Museum of Contemporary Art, Kingston NY

PERMANENT  INSTALLATIONS

2010
installation atGreat Blue Heron Music Festival, Sherman, NY 

2009
commissioned installation at Foothills Performing Art Center Commission, Oneonta NY  

2008
Sodus Art Bank, Sodus NY                                                                                       


TEMPORARY  INSTALLATIONS

2012
Featured Artist at Mountain Jam Music Festival, Hunter Mountain, Hunter NY

2011
Façade of the Pure Design Building, Corning NY

2010
Facade of the Pure Design Building, Corning NY
Belgium Comes to Cooperstown. Brewery Ommegang, Cooperstown NY          
Mountain Jam Music Festival, Hunter Mountain, NY                                                            

2009
Hoffman Lane Bistro, Cooperstown NY                                                                   
New Paltz Bistro, New Paltz NY                                                                                

AWARDS
2011
CAP Fellowship Award Winner for Tompkins County.  Ithaca, NY. 2011

2010
WOW! Award, Rochester Contemporary, Members Show, Rochester NY

2009
WSKG Art Competition Award Winner                                                 
Sculpture Award, Mansion Regional Juried Art Show                

2008
Wingate Fellowship Award Winner: $15,000 National Competition.                          
Named Most Outstanding Graduate, SUNY New Paltz Art Department               

2007
Dr. Edwin A. Ulrich Fine Arts Memorial Scholarship                                                             

LECTURES / TEACHING

2012
Presented Lecture at the College Art Association Conference, Convention Center, 
Los Angeles, CA

3 day workshop with AP art students on Wood Bending and Sculpture,
Teaneck High School, NJ

2010
Wood Blocks and Sculpture, Belle Sherman Elementary, Ithaca, NY

2009
2 day workshop (6 & 7 grade) on Abstract Wood Sculpture, Cooperstown Art Association

1 day workshop, Sculpting with Wire, Roseboom Historical Association, Roseboom NY


RESIDENCIES / COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS

February 2012
Artist Residency, Public Sculpture Project, University of North Carolina, Ashville NC

July 2008
Sodus Art Bank Residency

Sept-Oct 2008
Anderson Ranch School of Arts 

2006-2007
Organized World’s Largest Finger-painting Project      
Creator/Conceiver/Organizer of 21,600 sq/ft community painting to break the Guinness World Record; an 1,800 person art event.

2006-2008
Member of Cave Dogs Performing Arts Group           
A collaborative multimedia performance art group which combines new media, shadow, and theater.

2007
Student Art Alliance President, SUNY New Paltz

ART RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE 
2008  Studio Assistant to Sculptor Gregg Hill, Westchester NY 
2007-08   Studio Assistant to Artist Gary Stephan, Stone Ridge NY                            
2008  Studio Assistant to Artist Gregory Amenoff, Kerhonkson NY                                    
2006  Cooperstown Crokinole Boards, Cooperstown NY                                        
Started a business building and selling a wooded table shuffle board game called Crokinole.

EDUCATION

2007
State University of New York at New Paltz , New Paltz NY                                   
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture, Cum Laude – 3.8

SOLO & TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS

2012

Jenny Forster & Jeremy Holmes, Galerie Isabelle Lesmeister, Regensburg, Germany

2011
¼ Mile,  Vantage Gallery in Collaboration with Art in the Public Eye, Glens Falls, NY

2010
Parallax (with Joshua Sperling), Exhibit A, Corning NY 2009
Seeing Atmosphere, Cooperstown Art Association, Cooperstown NY  

2008
Endless Connections, Feast Gallery. Saratoga NY                                                  

Sours: http://www.arteredgallery.com/artists/jeremy_holmes

JEREMY HOLMES

Lanoue Gallery is pleased to present Hardwoods, a solo exhibition with sculptor Jeremy Holmes, opening Friday May 3rd and running through Sunday, June 16th.  In addition to wall, pedestal, and floor sculptures, Holmes will create a room-size installation work onsite in Lanoue’s brand new gallery addition, which has added 700 square feet of street-level exhibition space to the gallery.    

Holmes enjoys working with wood in less conventional ways in order to expand the form and function of this most practical of building materials.  He starts by using traditional woodworking techniques in order to make very thin boards.  For this exhibition, Holmes has chosen to work entirely with hardwoods, such as white ash, cherry, and black walnut, even combining the different woods in some of the same sculptures.  After the boards are made, he soaks them over a period of time in order to soften the wood just enough to allow him to bend the boards into abstract compositions.  Following this free-form bending process, he then joins and sands each sculpture into its final permanent and interconnected state.

Holmes describes the process of torqueing a raw, solid material like wood as somewhat random and uncertain.  Even as he is bending the wood in a particular direction, the exact outcome is never entirely certain.  While Holmes may start the sculpting process with an intention, he often allows for a certain amount of randomness to occur should a new idea overtake his original plan.    

Says Holmes, “With each finished sculpture, my own curiosity remains suspended in the completed piece, which keeps the creation of each work exciting for me.”   The end result for Holmes is that action, spontaneity, and improvisation can be combined with material and methodology in the quest for a beautiful art object. 

Jeremy Holmes currently lives and works in Ithaca, NY.   The gallery will host a reception for the artist, who will be in attendance, on Friday May 3rd, 6 – 8 pm.   

Sours: https://www.lanouefineart.com/exhibition/154/press_release/
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Jeremy Holmes

ABOUT

Jeremy Holmes enjoys working with wood in less conventional ways in order to expand the form and function of this most practical of building materials.  He starts by using traditional woodworking techniques in order to make very thin boards.  For this exhibition, Holmes has chosen to work entirely with hardwoods, such as white ash, cherry, and black walnut, even combining the different woods in some of the same sculptures.  After the boards are made, he soaks them over a period of time in order to soften the wood just enough to allow him to bend the boards into abstract compositions.  Following this free-form bending process, he then joins and sands each sculpture into its final permanent and interconnected state.

Holmes describes the process of torqueing a raw, solid material like wood as somewhat random and uncertain.  Even as he is bending the wood in a particular direction, the exact outcome is never entirely certain.  While Holmes may start the sculpting process with an intention, he often allows for a certain amount of randomness to occur should a new idea overtake his original plan.    

Says Holmes, “With each finished sculpture, my own curiosity remains suspended in the completed piece, which keeps the creation of each work exciting for me.”   The end result for Holmes is that action, spontaneity, and improvisation can be combined with material and methodology in the quest for a beautiful art object. 

 

Jeremy Holmes room installation at Lanoue Gallery, Boston from Lanoue Gallery on Vimeo.

EDUCATION

2007    State University of New York at New Paltz

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Sculpture


SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2019   Lanoue Gallery, Boston, MA.

2014    Convergence. Pearlstein Gallery, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA.  

2014    Perpetual Curves.  Exhibit A Gallery, Corning NY.

2011    ¼ Mile.  Vantage Gallery, in part with Art in the Public Eye, Glens Falls, NY.

2009    Seeing Atmosphere.  Cooperstown Art Association, Cooperstown, NY. 

2008    Endless Connections.  Feast Gallery. Saratoga, NY. 

2008    Conversations.  Kingston Museum of Contemporary Art, Kingston NY. 


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2017   Two person show with painter, Karine Léger,  Lanoue Gallery, Boston, MA.

2016    Maximum Craft.  Signature Contemporary Gallery. Atlanta, GA.

2016    Defying Perceptions.  Heather Gaudio Fine Arts. New Canaan, CT.

2015    Locally Sourced.  The Johnson Museum. Cornell University. Ithaca, NY

2014    Into the Woods.  The Byrne Gallery, Middleburg, VA

2014    Artolease. Openhouse Gallery, Soho, NY

2014    Atmosphere, Gallery Isabelle Lestmeister, Regensburg, Germany

2013    Forward:  an Exhibition of Gallery Artists.  Exhibit A, Corning, NY

2012    Up From The Deep, TNC Gallery, NY

2012    Streetwater- Big Lobby Art, Openhouse Gallery, SoHo, NY

2012    Axiome, Gallery Isabelle Lestmeister, Regensburg, Germany

2012    Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition, Wilderstein Historical Site, Rhinebeck, NY

2012    Stable Exhibition, Exhibit A, Corning, NY

2012    Torqued & Twisted, The Center for Craft and Creativity and Design, Ashville, NC

2011    The Longest Night, The Gowanus Ballroom, Brooklyn, NY

2011    Mvsevm Opening, Paula Lalala Mvsevm, Cornwallville, NY

2011    Emerging Artist Exhibition, Future of the Fingerlakes, Middlesex, NY

2011    Art on the Grounds, The Plantsmen Nursery, Groton, NY

2011    Made in New York Wood Show, Cooperstown Art Association, Cooperstown, NY

2011    Speaking in Tongues, Black Vulture Gallery, Philadelphia, PA

2011    Trimania, Buffalo Arts Center, Buffalo, NY

2010    Members Group Show, Rochester Contemporary Art Center, Rochester, NY

2010    Parallax - Two Person Show, Exhibit A Gallery, Corning, NY

2010    Art In the Heart of the City, Juried Outdoor Exhibition, Ithaca, NY

2010    Arc Angle, Lucky Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

2010    Abstracts from 7 Emerging New York Artists, Smithy Gallery, Cooperstown, NY

2009    The Mansion Regional Juried Art Show, Wilbur Mansion, Oneonta, NY

2009    Fluxus Friday, Neuberger Museum, Purchase College, NY

2007    Conversation, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, SUNY New Paltz

2007    Made in New York Wood Show, Cooperstown Art Association, Cooperstown, NY

2007    Nature and Balance, Juried Outdoor Exhibition, Arsenal Center for the Arts, Watertown, MA


SELECETED COMMISSIONS AND TEMPORARY INSTALLATIONS

2016    Rise.  NYC.  Permanent Installation

2016    Stamford Health Center, Permanent Installation

2015    Axis.  Chicago. Permanent Installation

2015    Grand Thorton.  Chicago, IL. Permanent Installation

2015    400 El Camino Real, San Mateo, CA.  Permanent Installation

2015    Fort Lauderdale International Airport Permanent Installation Finalist, Florida.

2015    Carnegie Park, New York, NY.   Related Company

2014    One Madison, New York, NY.   Related Company

2014    Infinite, Donau-Einkaufszentrum, Regensburg, Germany 

2014    Holland and Knight Law Firm Permanent Commission, Washington, D.C.

2013    Allentown Pediatrics, Buffalo, NY

2013    Tapestry Charter School, Buffalo, NY 

2013    Brewery Ommegang, Cooperstown, NY

2012    Tapestry Charter School, Buffalo, NY

2012    Metal Floss Magazine, Openhouse Gallery, SoHo, NYC

2012    Streetwater - Big Lobby Art, Openhouse Gallery, SoHo, NYC

2012    Cherry Valley Summer Sculpture Trail, Cherry Valley, NY

2012    Mountain Jam Music Festival, Hunter Mountain, NY

2012    Wilma M. Sherrill Center: Health and Fitness Center, UNC at Asheville 

2011    New Park Private Grounds, Ithaca, NY

2011    Mountain Jam Music Festival, Hunter Mountain, NY

2011    Pure Design Building, Corning, NY

2010    Belgium Comes to Cooperstown, Brewery Ommegang, Cooperstown, NY

2010    Great Blue Heron Music Festival Commission, Sherman, NY

2010    Mountain Jam Music Festival, Hunter Mountain, NY

2010    Pure Design Building, Corning, NY

2009    Foothills Performing Art Center Commission, Oneonta, NY

2009    Hoffman Lane Bistro Restaurant, Cooperstown, NY

2008    Sodus Art Bank, Sodus, NY


ART FAIRS

2016    Art Toronto. Canada

2016    Scope, NY

2016    Art Bodensee, Austria

2016    Art Karslruhe, Germany

2015    Art Toronto, Canada

2015    Hamptons Art Fair, NY

2015    Silicon Valley Art Fair, California

2015    Toronto Art Fair, Canada

2015    Art Fair Karslruhe, Germany

2015    Art.Fair, Cologne, Germany

2014    Aqua Art Fair, Miami, Fl

2014    Singapore Art Fair, Singapore

2014    Affordable Art Fair, Hamburg, Germany.

2014    Bloom: The Creative Industries Art Show, Cologne, Germany

2013    Singapore Art Fair, Singapore

2013    Bloom: The Creative Industries Art Show, Cologne, Germany

2013    Echo Art Fair, Buffalo, NY

2013    London Art Fair, London, UK

2012    Singapore Art Fair, Singapore

2012    Bloom: The Creative Industries Art Show, Cologne, Germany

2012    Echo Art Fair, Buffalo, NY

2011    Echo Art Fair, Buffalo, NY

2010    Bloom: The Creative Industries Art Show, Cologne, Germany


RESIDENCIES/VISITING ARTIST/LECTURES/ART RELATED EXPERIENCE

2013    Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts.  Lecturer.   Ithaca, NY

2013    TEDx Cortland, Lecturer and Stage Design. Living Smart Well, Now Cortland, NY

2012    College Art Association 100th Annual Conference, Lecturer, Los Angeles, CA

2012    Visiting Artist, Tapestry Charter School, Buffalo, NY

2012    Artist in Residence, University of North Carolina at Asheville, NC

2008    Sodus Art Bank Residence, Sodus, NY

2008    Anderson Ranch School of Arts, Snowmass Village, CO


GRANTS AND AWARDS 

2014    SOS Grant Award Winner

2011    CAP Fellowship Award Winner for Tompkins County, Ithaca, NY

2010    WOW Award, Rochester Contemporary Art Center, Rochester, NY

2009    WSKG Art Competition Award, Binghamton, NY

2009    Sculpture Award, Mansion Regional Juried Art Show, Oneonta, NY

2008    Wingate Fellowship Award, The Center for Craft, Creativity and Design, Hendersonville, NC

2007    Most Outstanding Art Department Graduate, SUNY New Paltz. NY

2007    Dr. Edwin A. Ulrich Fine Arts Memorial Scholarship, New Paltz, NY


PUBLICATIONS

2016    ArtDaily.org.  “Donald Groscost, David Burdeny and Jeremy Holmes exhibit at Heather Gaudio Fine Art” March 2016. 

2016     New England Home.  Sculpture Image.  January Issue, 2016

2014    Philadelphia Inquirer.  “Jeremy Holmes- The Lure of Lumber” by A.D. Amorosi. August 6.

2013    Mental Floss Magazine. “On Bending Trees” Jan/Feb Issue

2013    Buffalo Times. “Hands-on project gives students real-world art experience” Arts and Life Section. By Colin Dabkowski

2009    NPR  “Seeing Atmosphere” Interview with WSKG's Bill Snyder. NPR artist interview 2008    Chronogram Magazine. “You had to be there” by Beth Wilson

PRESS

2019  The Boston Globe, A Ribbon of Flight and Grace, Cate McQuaid, 5/31/19

Jeremy Holmes spent 2½ days earlier this month unspooling a coil of hardwood to fill the size of a gallery. It arcs down from the ceiling, ricochets off the walls, scoops up off the floor, and dances in great loops about the room.

You may ask: A coil of hardwood? Indeed. Holmes works with hardwood veneer — cherry, in the case of his exuberant installation at Lanoue Gallery. He soaks the thin planks in water to soften them up. The artist bends the sodden planks and clamps them until the moisture seeps out and the wood holds its form.

He attached the ones in this untitled piece end to end, and packaged them in a coil ready to unfurl and suspend from the ceiling with nearly invisible microfilaments. It’s a loose, ribbony tangle, lolling yet energetic. Standing in the middle of it, I felt elated and at ease, as if there were no hard angles in life, no weight of gravity. Just flight and grace.

The piece fills a space that used to be Kabinett’s main gallery, and Samson’s before that. Lanoue has now annexed it, and mounted this unusually ambitious installation for a local commercial gallery.

Holmes’s smaller wall and pedestal works are on view in Lanoue’s central space. They’re all closed loops of curled hardwood — a rooted, stubborn material that the artist appears to at once tame and liberate. Most are naked wood, but sometimes he paints one side, imbuing the in-and-out folds with more percussive rhythm.

His symmetrical pieces are too tamed, too pretty, like giftwrap bows. I prefer the unpredictable lines of asymmetrical works such as the white ash “Untitled (Horizontal Blue),” painted with Aegean blue. It takes a deep dive at the center, then thrusts jazzily to the right like a Bob Fosse dancer.

For his most recent pieces, “Broaden” and “Expansive,” Holmes sculpts wider planks, roughly 10 or 11 inches across. They are even more challenging to manipulate. Yet they feel generous and substantive, their curves a great embrace. Like lasagna noodles rather than tagliatelle, you know they will hold more sauce.

At Lanoue Gallery, 450 Harrison Ave., through June 16.

 

Sours: https://lanouegallery.com/artist/Jeremy_Holmes/biography/
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