The White Vanity by Jeremy Mann – Image: Principle Gallery
How amazing is this? The intricacy of this girls top is amazing. Her reflection in the mirror… spectacular! The rough looseness of the wall, vanity and mirror – out of this world! Jeremy isn’t fooling around, this dude can paint!
After the Storm by Jeremy Mann – Image: Principle Gallery
I think it’s so cool when artists are diverse. Jeremy lives in San Francisco and paints many downtown scenes that are out of this world. If you haven’t yet discovered Jeremy, check out his work, it’s pretty darn amazing!
Read a blip about Jeremy from his website:
|Jeremy Mann – Biography|
|Jeremy Mann(b. 1979) graduated from Ohio University with a Cum Laude degree in Fine Art-Painting. Afterward, he ventured out to California where he earned his Master’s Degree with Valedictorian honors at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Since then, Mann has garnered substantial attention in the art world. Praised by critics and collectors alike, his work recently graced the cover of American Art Collector magazine.Executed on medium to large-scale panels, each exciting work demonstrates the artist’s unmistakable style. Working on wood panels provides a strong support, where Mann can utilize a number of techniques: staining the surface, wiping away paint with solvents, and applying broad, gritty marks with an ink brayer. Mann paints with confidence and flair. He addresses complex compositions with a mature eye and his colors are both vivid and atmospheric.
Living in downtown San Francisco, Mann paints his immediate surroundings with intimate, dynamic expression. A number of unique compositions are inspired from the city’s pavement, where reflected street lamps and neon signs glitter in the rain. In each work, Mann imbues the city with drama, mood, and personality..
Ever ambitious, Mann covers a wide range of subjects beyond cityscapes: interior scenes of lone, young women as striking and restless as the city itself; a bold and intriguing self-portrait, masterful still life paintings, and pastoral scenes that recall the landscape of his hometown.
Catch you back here tomorrow!