Jeremy Crowle is an interdisciplinary artist with a focus on civic landscape and evolving global culture. Spanning traditional and conceptual work, his practice investigates personality and systems of human environment with an approach that is simple, considerate, and accessible. Jeremy’s studio’s are located in Vancouver, Canada and Torino, Italy.

Inspired by five years of printmaking on Galiano Island, Jeremy’s current work investigates human relationship and abstractions of environment through the repetition of a singular shape or image. His non conventional approach to texture, shape, and material is demonstrated through a diverse body of work that uses a figurative approach to explore reproduction.

Jeremy’s palette is highly monochromatic and finds an intentional focus on subject rather than surface. His fascination with people and emotional reaction informs conceptual ideas that are realized as pattern or sculpture.