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Jeremiah Harrington
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Fall of the Working Man
Watercolor & Brush Pen on Watercolor Paper
12" x 18" 

    Fall of the Working Man

    Watercolor & Brush Pen on Watercolor Paper
    12" x 18"
  • Consumption Deconstruction
Pen & Ink, Tea on Drawing Paper
11" x 14.5" 

    Consumption Deconstruction

    Pen & Ink, Tea on Drawing Paper
    11" x 14.5"
  • Iteration of a Living Room
Watercolor, Marker & Pen on Mixed Media
7" x 10" 

    Iteration of a Living Room

    Watercolor, Marker & Pen on Mixed Media
    7" x 10"
  • Psychosis
Pen & Marker on Mixed Media
10" x 7" 

    Psychosis

    Pen & Marker on Mixed Media
    10" x 7"
  • R.E.A.S.O.N.
Ballpoint Pen, Colored Pencil, Marker, Brush Pen, & Fine Tip Pen on Mixed Media
10" x 7" 

    R.E.A.S.O.N.

    Ballpoint Pen, Colored Pencil, Marker, Brush Pen, & Fine Tip Pen on Mixed Media
    10" x 7"
  • The Rogue
Conte & Graphite on Drawing Paper
17" x 11" 

    The Rogue

    Conte & Graphite on Drawing Paper
    17" x 11"
  • Third World Girl
Watercolor on Paper
8" x 5.5" 

    Third World Girl

    Watercolor on Paper
    8" x 5.5"
  • Three Cobains
Marker & Pen on Marker Paper
12" x 9" 

    Three Cobains

    Marker & Pen on Marker Paper
    12" x 9"
  • Untitled
Graphite on Paper
11" x 14" 

    Untitled

    Graphite on Paper
    11" x 14"
  • Vapid
Graphite on Paper
11" x 8" 

    Vapid

    Graphite on Paper
    11" x 8"
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Jeremiah Harrington

JEREMIAH HARRINGTON

Digitally Represented Artist


The art of Jeremiah Harrington acts as social commentary on a variety of subjects, such as labor, idealism, and mental integrity. Harrington pulls his commentary from his own psyche while also drawing upon objective observations of his surroundings. Thematically, he also incorporates the emotions and structures of his transition from homeschooling to regular school, which encouraged him to deeply consider his relationship to the world around him. His themes manifest in his work in a realist style inspired by Classicism, Neoclassicism, Impressionism, and 1960s Pop.

Harrington began creating art at age eleven. In high school, after honing his skill in art classes and seminars, he started sourcing commissions for his work. Nowadays, he frequently receives requests for portraiture, pop culture, and landscape works. Over the years, Harrington has accrued more and more technical proficiency and now combines this technical skill with the raw material of his imagination. Harrington is currently pursuing a degree at the Rhode Island School of Design and pushing his material boundaries each day, experimenting with different techniques like three-dimensionality. His work combines the concepts of personal identity with social identity, marked by Harrington’s unique ability to channel his individual perceptions into universal motifs. The profoundly affective quality of his art asks us to examine our own social locations and how we fit into our own communities.