Jeremiah J. White

...With Arts at Denver since 2013

"I express many of my strongest thoughts and emotions through my work. My need to convey my adoration for what’s dear to me can be just as pressing as the compulsion to reflect upon the complexities of life and death. In my work, symbolism and finding deeper meaning play a very important role: an empty bowl can stand for hunger and need while having nothing; the glow of a facial expression, or the literal glow of light reflecting from skin, can represent love; the vibrant color of a specific element or subject can signify the brief happiness it made me feel. Meaning can also shift depending on the situation. Gray skies and fog can trigger a sense of foreboding, but at times can also bring about a sense of calm; a vase can sometimes be a vessel which sustains life or the container for the decay of something beautiful.

 

Finding beauty and meaning in the ordinary is something that I strive for in my work, because to me, life can be full of images, interactions, and moments that seem mundane, but upon deeper reflection, can become conduits that help us to tap into something deeper. I hope that my work can inspire others to look around their world and find the many treasures hidden in plain sight and to explore what significance it holds for them."

 

Southwest Art magazine featured Jeremiah as an "Artist to Watch" in the October 2013 issue.
Jeremiah was invited by the Albuquerque, New Mexico Museum to exhibit in their 2014 "Miniatures & More" Show.

Entropy

oil on panel
11 x 14, framed $ 1500

Pelican in Flight

oil on panel
16 x 20, framed $ 3200

 

Flamingo

oil on panel
9 x 12, framed $ 1175


Lily

oil on panel
14 x 18, framed $ 2500

Please inquire, not in the gallery

A Vivid Day

oil on panel
11 x 14, framed $ 1550

Please inquire, not in the gallery

Corn Cob Bob

oil on panel
14 x 18, framed $ 2500

Explorer

oil on panel
11 x 14, framed $ 1550

Adrianna

oil on panel
16 x 20, framed $ 3200

Once in a Blue Moon

oil on panel
18 x 24, framed $ 3800

This was painted out side, see the fence and trees in the background? The moon was positioned just right to reflect in the vases.

Lambertson Lake

oil on panel
9 x 12, framed $ 1100

 

Lake After Rain

painted alla prima
9 x 12, framed $ 1100

Red and Limes

oil on panel
11 x 14, framed $ 1550

 

From Fire
11 x 14, framed $ 1400

"Recently, I've been considering things on a more elemental level. In this painting, I wanted to think more in terms of the raw materials that came from the Earth. Then, I wanted to consider how those items were formed into what they are today. Though the glasses/cups are made of different materials, they were all refined from, what amounts to rocks, by fire. After the raw materials were refined, they were formed into the beautiful shapes that they exist as today. I wanted to represent the fire by using black for the coals left behind, just as it left the glasses/cups.

This painting was important to me. It was a way of depicting the way the fires of life take the raw materials of ourselves and refines us and shape us into who we become. It made me think back to hard times in my life and how I emerged from them. How they changed me and strengthened me. Just as the glasses/cups could only be formed by fire, what would we be today without the hardships we've faced?"

Bison
9 x 12, framed $ 1100

"We decided to visit the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge one weekend, not really knowing what to expect. We ended up down a street where a herd of bison were grazing right on the side of the road. They even had two newborns with them. What made it special enough for me to paint is the reminder of how life can thrive in the most unlikely places. Especially a species that almost went extinct. It gave me a feeling of hope seeing something make it in spite of the odds against it."

Pom and Starfruit
9 x 12, framed $ 1100

Ballet Slippers
8.5 x 12, framed $ 650

Road in the Garden of the Gods
16 x 20, framed $ 1600

 

Mixed Nuts
8 x 10, framed $ 985

Featured in the April Southwest Art Magazine
“The artist chose to use nuts to symbolically convey relationships with family and friends, especially how the differences, eccentricities, and personality quirks of each make the relationships even more interesting. “In other words, how the various characters in our lives shape us and help us become who we are.”

A Walk by the Pond
Alla Prima oil on board
9 x 12, framed

$ 945

 

Orange
9 x 12, framed $ 1100

 

Mountain

11x 14 oil on board, framed

$ 1400

 

Memory

9 x 12 oil on board, framed

$ 945

White Roses
20 x 20 oil on board, framed

$ 3000

Click here to see White Roses in progress, step by step

Fruits
11 x 14 oil on board, framed

$ 1400

Jerry
Alla Prima oil on board
8 x 10, framed

$ 700

 

Petunia Eating
Alla Prima oil on Arches Oil Paper
9 x 12, framed

$ 750

"Woof! Meow! Chirp! Fundraiser Show

Penny

 

Radish
9 x 12 oil on board, framed

$ 945

Olive Medley
8 x 10 oil on board, framed

$ 865

Tiny Rose
5 x 7 oil on board, framed

$ 485

Flowers in Glass Vase

Painted in 2009

Rose in Transition
9 x 12 oil on board, framed

$ 945

Percy and his Bell
8 x 10 oil on board, framed

$ 845

 

Pearl Eating a Strawberry
8 x 10 oil on board, framed

$ 845

 

Purple and White Onions
8 x 10 oil on board, framed

$ 845

Happy Dog
9 x 12 oil on board, framed

$ 945

Fortune Cookies

5 x 7 " oil on board, framed
$ 400

"Beyond the Obvious" opening October 18

Stick Figure
16 x 20 oil on board, framed

$ 2500

"Beyond the Obvious" opening October 18

Hatch Chiles
8 x 10 oil on board, framed

$ 845


This painting is featured in the October 2013 Southwest Art Magazine

Eggshells and Ribbons
11 x 14 oil on board, framed

$ 1400

Rice Bowl and Spoon

8 x 10" oil on board, framed
$ 785

Petunia

16 x 20 " oil on board, framed
$ 2500

Onions

11 x 14" oil on board, framed
$ 1200

Sake Time

11 x 14" oil on board, framed
$ 1200

 

Garlic

8 x 10" oil on board, framed
$ 785

Painted Turtle

8 x 10" oil on board, framed
$ 785

Woman Lying By the River

24 x 36 " oil on board, framed
$ 5100

Percy

5 x 7 " oil on board, framed
$ 400

White Rose

8 x 10" oil on board, framed
$ 785

 

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