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Born in Enniskillen, Jeremy Henderson began his studies at the University of Ulster before moving to Kingston University and later Chelsea School of Art. He worked in London from 1979, returning to Northern Ireland in 1993 and setting up a studio in Fermanagh. By the mid-1980s, Henderson’s work had evolved from formal abstractions into landscape-based paintings. Today Henderson described his work as having come ‘full circle towards an internalised organic abstraction which characterised my more intuitive approach until the early eighties’. Henderson’s move to rural Fermanagh has resulted in paintings in which elements of landscape and representational forms emerge from richly coloured canvases, work which can be understood and appreciated on many levels.
In the Garden of Infinite Choice
oil on canvas
H 121 x W 122 cm