Menu
The New Contemporary Art Magazine

Jeremy Geddes: “Warmer Air”

Australian artist Jeremy Geddes, who we first featured in print way back in Volume 15, not only has a highly anticipated solo show opening soon at Jonathan LeVine Gallery, but also announced just today the news of a new time-release print, "Warmer Air." As the demand for Jeremy's original works and prints continues to grow, the time-release format provides an excellent opportunity for all fans of his work an equal opportunity at a signed and numbered print. The print will be available for a twelve hour window starting this Sunday, October 9th, at 1PM PST. Get a more detailed look at the print after the jump.

Australian artist Jeremy Geddes, who we first featured in print way back in Volume 15, not only has a highly anticipated solo show opening soon at Jonathan LeVine Gallery, but also announced just today the news of a new time-release print, “Warmer Air.” As the demand for Jeremy’s original works and prints continues to grow, the time-release format provides an excellent opportunity for all fans of his work an equal opportunity at a signed and numbered print. The print will be available for a twelve hour window starting this Sunday, October 9th, at 1PM PST.

Meta
Topics
Share
Facebook
Reddit
Pinterest
Email
Related Articles
As a tribute to this “most wonderful time of the year” artists Lauren YS and Makoto Chi have created twenty-eight works (and a mural) for their new “Five Poisons” exhibition. We’ve interviewed the artists about the work. Click image above to read it, or else.
With a mix of dark humor and an impressive skill at creating inviting, yet dangerous worlds, the artist known as Bub has caught our eye. Click above to read our new interview with the artist and his new body of work, before it's too late.
We live in strange times and artists Michael Kerbow and Mike Davis both have something in common: they use surrealism and time travel to address modern and existential issues. Click above to read the Hi-Fructose exclusive interviews with painters Mike Davis and Michael Kerbow about their respective solo showings.
Artist and animation director Joe Vaux paints what he likes. His personal work is teeming with impish demons. His cheerful hellscapes are populated with lost souls, sharp toothed monstrosities, and swarms of wrong-doers. And yet, there’s an innocence to all of this. Click to read the Hi-Fructose exclusive interview with Joe Vaux.

Subscribe to the Hi-Fructose Mailing List