Exhibitions and Exploits
Jerome Hunt’s paintings are a series of observations that reflect the everyday. His subject matter tends to be those momentary glimpses of light, colour and shadow that can be found within the commonplace. Jerome’s paintings are about the enjoyment of colour and the challenges posed by the traditional craft of oil painting. Jerome is a fine art graduate of Wimbledon School of Art and has taught in Cambridgeshire for 40 years. He is now a full time artist.
1972 - 1975 Wimbledon School of Art - BA Hons Fine Art Painting with subsidiary in Printmaking
1975 - 1976 Post Graduate Certificate in Education Birmingham
1976 - 1979 Craft Centre Manager - The Cresset in Peterborough - screenprinting workshop and art studio
1979 - 2007 Teaching Art, Head of Art, Ken Stimpson School, Werrington, Peterborough
2003 Royal Society of Birmingham Artists Print Exhibition selected pieces
2003 Travel down Route 66 from Chicago to Los Angeles collecting imagery for 'America' project
2004 Two man show with printmaker David Williams at The Yarrow Gallery Oundle Northants
2005 Overall Winner £1000 purchase prize South Holland Open with 'Green Door' silkscreen print
2006 Crighton's Mitsubishi Invitation Exhibition, Peterborough Business Forum
2009 Age Concern charity auction painting commission
2014 Art in Lyddington exhibition 4 pieces selected
2014 Alfred East Gallery Kettering Open 14 Exhibition selected work 'Amarillo' screenprint
2014 Peterborough Vivacity Open entry selected with 'Marion's Room'
2015 Accepted for 'The Artist' magazine professional exhibition at Patchings Festival with 'Tap Shoes'
2015 Peterborough Vivacity Open entry selected 'Amarillo' screenprint
2015 Alfred East Gallery Kettering Open 15 Exhibition Winner Painting Prize with 'Fig Box'
2016 Peterborough Vivacity Open entry selected with 'Asparagus' and 'Sardines' 2016
2016 Alfred East Gallery Kettering Open 16 Exhibition selected work 'Cherries Le Pendu'
2016 Judges Commendation Prize from David Curtis at Paint Out Norwich 2016 plein aire competition with ‘Cathedral Façade Shadows’