Photo credit: Keith Baum
A Short Introduction
Jeremy’s involvement in the arts as participant, educator and advocate are deeply linked to his faith in Jesus Christ. The recipient of three degrees in biblical and theological studies, the majority of his watercolor and ink creations translate the teachings of the Bible through the use of historic Christian symbolism. Jeremy often speaks in churches as a catalyst promoting artistic expressions of faith. His paintings have been seen at the Lancaster Museum of Art, the Rusciano Gallery, the Parliament of Arts Organization, and numerous churches. Jeremy’s work is on permanent display on the campuses of Lancaster Bible College, Capital Seminary, and Dallas Theological Seminary. An interdisciplinary teaching artist, he has nurtured the creative gifts of K-12 students abroad and within central Pennsylvania. Jeremy, in the company of his wife and son, lives and creates in Akron, Pennsylvania.
Jeremy’s art can be purchased as short-run prints, posters, and cards. He accepts a limited number of yearly commissions and is available to serve churches as a guest speaker, through traveling exhibits, and as a consultant on issues pertaining to art ministry.
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