Influenced in part by childhood nostalgia, album cover art and the ambient music of Brian Eno, Jeremy Earhart’s mixed media sculptures/design objects are also full of historical ornamentation. His work combines new materials with traditional methods of craft making. “I use a combination of various images and techniques to arrive at a visual balance and composition. Yet, there remains subjective pieces of a puzzle that each viewer can filter through their own experiences to generate meaning. I’m interested in relics, souvenirs and fragments of memory distorting over time, giving parts of the narrative but not the whole story.” Jeremy lived in Brooklyn for twelve years before transplanting to Austin in 2010. He has shown his work nationally and internationally, including a solo show in 2009 at the Goff+Rosenthal Gallery in New York. Most recently, his installations were featured in the Scope Art Fair at Art Basel Miami. Jeremy received a BFA in painting and printmaking from the Memphis College of Art and attended Parsons School of Design.