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  Jeremy Court is a semi professional artist based in East Sussex working primarily with oil on canvas.

  His artwork, a form of abstract expressionism, is attempting to evoke emotions through colour and form, building layers of oil paint to build mood and provoke thought.

  Jeremy’s inspiration is built from years of involvement with the modern music scene as both an engineer and musician and many years living in the South of France, resulting in a desire to lay down his life experience in a visual form. A huge influence came from his Grandfather Harold Wood an internationally acclaimed artist , Jeremy spent many of his childhood years watching him in his studio.


“I have always felt the need to express myself as a kind of outlet for my frustrations in society and the world that surrounds me”


    Working under the name of "JeCo", Jeremy works out of his studio at Mill Corner, Northiam in a Cruck Framed, Chestnut roundwood timber building he built himself in the beautiful Sussex countryside. Visits to the studio can be arranged by appointment.

    Look out for exhibitions in the South East alongside other local artists and friends , keep an eye on his Socials.

   In 2015 Jeco had his work "Scarred" selected in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and sold on the first private view . This was a reflection of some life changing events that took place during his teenage years.

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