Jeremy Sutton

Jeremy Sutton

Born in London, UK, Jeremy studied life drawing, sculpture and etching at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford, U.K., while earning a degree in Physics from Pembroke College, Oxford University.
He studied lithography and life drawing at De Vrije Academie voor Beeldende Kunsten, The Hague, The Netherlands, before moving to the heart of Silicon Valley, California, in 1988.

First introduced to digital paint in 1991, he has been exploring the digital art medium ever since. After a career selling superconducting magnets for Physics research, Jeremy became a full time professional artist in 1994.

He is the author of six books on digital painting, and teaches and performs digital painting world-wide. He has been a platform speaker at many international conferences, performed live digital painting for Cirque du Soleil in the TOTEM show Tapis Rouge tent in San Francisco, was the featured iPad artist at the opening of the epic David Hockney “Bigger Exhibition” in the de Young Museum, 2012, and at the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s “America Now! Innovation in Art” event in Washington D.C., 2015.