Jeremy Paul Schilling paints the moments and feelings which are difficult or challenging to say out loud to others.
An ever-continuing, introspective narration of thoughtful reflections, Jeremy’s artwork explores the human psyche and the internal conflicts which dwell within it. He pushes the relationships between figures and their environments. His artwork has been featured in publications such as the Watershed Journal, Cliche Magazine, 3×3 Illustration Directory, Direct Art Magazine and ArtSceneToday. He is currently represented by Gold Gallery in Boston’s South End.
In Jeremy’s current series—The Overview Effect—his artwork focuses on astronauts and space, specifically exploring the concept of the space suit and how it acts as a shield between a person and their environment. Using oil paint and watercolors, these images are emotionally charged—examining homesickness, the acceptance of change, and the loneliness of adventure.
Jeremy grew up in Connecticut where he was trained as a landscape painter before he attended the Rhode Island School of Design, where he studied Illustration.