New Orleans based Jeremy Mangerchine will be at AXIOM Gallery to give insight into his works and process. Every wall will be filled with his prolific works. A never before seen in person piece will be on display and all are welcome to attend.
Jeremy Mangerchine is a New Orleans based artist who draws inspiration from the layers of the culture and history of the world. AXIOM Fine art is having a solo exhibition of Jeremy’s works in September and the artist himself will be at the Gallery to share about his process and passion. Walk away from this event feeling inspired by a brilliant, artistic mind and maybe even walk away with one of his original paintings!
To schedule a private tour of the show or to get more information, email [email protected], call 407.543.2550, or visit axiomfineart.com.
When asked about the inspiration behind his works, Jeremy credits something interesting:
Old walls and tattered dumpsters tell stories about the present. Every layer of graffiti and grime amalgamates history into a portrait of now: of present experience, of culture, and of the social, religious, and political environment.
In an age when connection seems to be more common than ever, Jeremy believes we may be fooling ourselves. During his travels to India, he experienced a culture far less connected by technology, but far more connected both spiritually and personally. This begs the question: What are we in America actually connecting to?
Jeremy’s work explores the difference between connection with something real versus connection with a facade. Can a painting connect a modern viewer with ancient wisdom, sparking a personal transformation and igniting a desire to tell their own narrative for future generations?