Jeremy relocated from Murphysboro, Illinois where he worked as a sculptor’s studio assistant for several years after completing graduate school. Both his BFA and MFA degrees are in Metalsmithing, which is a term that covers all manner of metalwork; from jewelry and utilitarian objects to monumental sculpture and architectural components. His personal work takes a variety of forms and fits into many of these areas while maintaining a consistent artistic voice and with a common visual language.
He has worked as a studio artist, artist’s assistant, and a welder. Jeremy began his teaching career in graduate school and further polished those skills teaching people to ride motorcycles through the Motorcycle Rider Program in Illinois. PCA&D is lucky enough to to have had Jeremy as a full-time faculty member for the past 10 years and we are excited to share a Q&A with Jeremy with all of you.
“AGVC3v1” Stainless steel, powder-coated, 120”x 72”x 72”, 2018
“AGVC3v1” With Poncho, my three-legged Border Collie, Stainless steel, powder-coated, 120”x 72”x 72”, 2018
“Passon” One Kernel Popcorn Popper, Brass, stainless steel, 6”x 6”x 1”, 2013
“Post-Industrial Fetish In KTM Orange” Steel, stainless steel, lacquer finish, 18”x 12”x 14”, 2014