By using a range of cultural reference points, such as vintage cars and distinctive architecture, Jeremy Sanders transports us to the streets of Cuba and sun drenched lanes of the Mediterranean.
He works from a memory enriched by extensive travelling, and his work is greatly influenced by the American realist Edward Hopper and his atmospheric urban landscapes.
Jeremy works solely in oils, as they allow him a broad, luxuriant application of paint and satisfy his desire to represent colour and light with accuracy. He uses fragments of credit cards, creating a tool with similar qualities to that of a palette knife.
Graduating with a first class honours degree, Jeremy went on to being awarded a Prince's Trust Gold Medal for Small Businesses. His work has featured widely on television programmes including Kay Mellor's 'Between the Sheets', the fashion brand Fat Face and hangs on the wall of the Staterooms of the Cunard Fleet. He continues to exhibit world-wide and nationwide.