Jonathan Neil WALLER

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1956-04-16
Education Cherry Orchard HS Northampton, Northampton GS, Nene Coll Northampton, Coventry (Lanchester) Poly, Chelsea Sch of Art (BA, MA)
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Style Jonathan Waller, Esq
Career artist; painting fellowship S Glamorgan Inst of HE Cardiff 1985-86, full time artist London 1987-; pt/t sr lectr Coventry Univ; grants incl: Welsh Arts Cncl 1986, British Cncl 1990; first prize Midland View 3 1984, Mark Rothko Meml Tst travelling scholarship to USA 1988; >ir< Paton Gallery London 1986 and 1988, Flowers East London 1990, 1992, 1993 and 1994, Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery 1994, New End Gallery London 1997, New End Gallery London 1998, Axiom Centre for the Arts Cheltenham, Transcriptions (Art at Glebe House Leamington Spa) 2000, Lanchester Gallery Coventry 2003, Jonathan Waller's True Adventures (Nat Maritime Museum Cornwall Falmouth) 2005, Jonathan Waller's True Adventures (Arlington Gallery London) 2006, Drawings and Sculpture (Herbert Cafe Coventry) 2007-08; >ir< New Contemporaries (ICA) 1984, Midland View 3 (Nottingham and tour) 1984, Four New Painters (Paton Gallery) 1986, Royal Over-Seas League London 1986, London Glasgow New York (Met Museum NY) 1988, The New British Painting (Cincinnati and tour) 1988, Pacesetters (City Art Gallery Peterborough) 1988, The Thatcher Years: An Artistic Retrospective (Flowers East) 1989, Confrontation: Three British Artists (Joy Emery Gallery Detroit) 1989, Angela Flowers Gallery 1990 Barbican 1989, Flowers at Moos (Gallery Moos NY) 1990, This Sporting Life (Flowers East) 1990, Kunst Europa (Badischer Kunstverein Karlsruhe) 1991, Nudes (Waterman's Arts Centre Brentford) 1991, Artists Choice (Flowers East) 1992, Human Form (Parnham House) 1992, Heads (Royal Museum and Art Gallery Canterbury) 1993, But Big is Better... (Flowers East) 1993, New Figurative Painting (Salander-O'Reilly Galleries/Fred Hoffman Beverly Hills) 1993, By Underground to Kew (London Transport Museum and Kew Gardens Gallery) 1994, Six Gallery Artists (Angela Flowers Gallery) 1994, After Redoute (Flowers East) 1994, Twenty-fifth Anniversary (Flowers East) 1995, The Discerning Eye (Mall Galleries London) 1995, Naked (Flowers East) 1997, Angela Flowers Gallery 1997, Taboo (New End Gallery) 1997, Provocative Prints (New End Gallery) 1998, Cheltenham Open Drawing Exhibition 1998, Cheltenham & Gloucester College of HE, Künstlerwerkstalt Banhof Westend Berlin, Univ of Lincolnshire and Humberside 1998-99, Modern Portraits: Expressions of Intimacy (Golden Gate Univ San Francisco) 1998, Love Religion Explosives (St Margaret's Church Norwich) 1999, Small is Beautiful (Flowers East) 1999, The Comfort of Strangers (Waterman's Art Centre Brentford) 1999, Drawing Parallels (Lanchester Gallery Coventry) 2000, Small is Beautiful (Flowers East) 2002, Sun and Moon (Falmouth Art Gallery) 2004, We can work it out (Three Colts Gallery London) 2004, Paintings from the Nineties (Flowers Central London) 2005, The Circus Show (Three Colts Gallery London) 2005, Through the Looking Glass (Three Colts Gallery London) 2006, Ctrl, Alt, Delete (Lanchester Gallery Coventry) 2006), The Great Exhibition Room (Arlington Gallery London) 2006-07, Black and White (The Herbert Coventry) 2007, Re/Cognition (The Herbert Coventry) 2008, A Gothic Story (Shoreditch Town Hall Basement London) 2008, Jerwood Drawing Prize 2008 (Jerwood Space, London and tour) 2008, Drawing Breath (Lugar do Desentio, Fundaçáo Julio Resende Porto) 2008, Small is Beautiful (Flowers London) 2008; >ir< poster for London Underground on subject of Kew Gardens 1994, two paintings for Terminal 3 Heathrow Airport on subject of London parks 1995; work in the collections of: Metropolitan Museum NY, Contemporary Art Soc, Unilever plc, Dept of the Environment, Bankers Trust, Readers Digest London and NY, London Underground, Br Airports Authy, Tate Gallery, Basildon Hosp
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