|Dimensions||120 × 90 × 3.5 cm|£2,700.00
Kaleidoscope Eyes, Jeremy Baker, acrylic on canvas, 120 x 90 x 3.5 cm. Unframed with finished edges.
Reminiscing about things from my younger days, as you do, I came across an article about John Lennon – I never realised he was virtually blind which explains a lot and inspired me to this latest series of paintings.
The driving force behind The Beatles he was very influential to me and probably everyone else growing up in the 60’s and 70’s. Both in style as well as music. His death at the time was a real shock.
JB’s favourite songs:
Dream, Across the Universe, Woman, Lucy in the sky with diamonds and Imagine.
Jeremy Baker studied at Bath Academy of Art (part of Bath University) under the tutorship of amongst others, Sir Michael Craig Martin. (Famous for teaching Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, Gary Hume and many others.) Leaving university with a BA in Visual Communication. His career began in art and design. First in graphic design, then publishing and finally advertising, as an art director for various agencies, before finally setting up his own agency. There, as Creative Director, he won many advertising creative awards (including 3 Clios) over the next 15 years for a wide variety of clients. After selling the agency, he has been dedicated to creating contemporary art ever since.
|Dimensions||120 × 90 × 3.5 cm|