Jeffrey Palladini

  • A sound half heard
  • Pool #12
  • The Height of Futility
  • Pool #3
  • A noise behind
  • Pool #6
  • Pool #17
 
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  • A sound half heard
    A sound half heard
    Oil on board
    48x94cm
  • Pool #12
    Pool #12
    Oil on board
    79x104cm
  • The Height of Futility
    The Height of Futility
    Oil on board
    48x94cm
  • Pool #3
    Pool #3
    Oil on board
    23x33cm
  • A noise behind
    A noise behind
    Oil on board
    48x94cm
  • Pool #6
    Pool #6
    Oil on board
    23x33cm
  • Pool #17
    Pool #17
    Oil on board
    23x33cm
Jeffrey Palladini was born in the Chicago area, and grew up in Southern California. He studied Art at
California State University, Long Beach, where he explored a wide variety of media, eventually gravitating toward
drawing and painting. It wasn't until his studies in Florence, Italy in 1989 that he began to form a consistent
creative voice. The ubiquitous beauty of art in everyday life in Italy had a profound effect on the young artist,
and he began to experiment with combining the found objects and classical figurative imagery he found
everywhere around him. From that time, Palladini has considered canvas simply too passive, and has continued
to employ wood almost exclusively as the ground for his paintings.

In 1991, Palladini relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area, where he lives and works along with his wife and
young daughter. He continues to develop his unique vocabulary of dramatic imagery.

Jeffrey Palladini has exhibited his work around the United States for nearly twenty years. His work is included in
numerous private and corporate collections. He is represented by Sandra Lee Gallery in San Francisco, Gallery
IMA in Seattle, Elisa Contemporary Art in New York, Obsidian 128 Gallery in Arizona, and Brian Marki Fine Art in
Portland, Oregon.

SOLO SHOW / GROUP SHOW

2015
"Not Even Past", Mika Contemporary Art, Tel Aviv, Israel
Galerie Envie d'Art, Paris 8

2014
Group Show, Envie d'Art, Paris 8

2010
"Recent Work: Jeffrey Palladini", Exposition solo, Sandra Lee Gallery, San
Francisco, Californie.

2007
"The Fundamental Forces", Exposition solo, Crome Architecture, San Rafael,
Californie

2006
“Undercurrents”, Association de deux artistes, Brian Marki Fine Art,
Portland, Oregon.

2005
Exposition solo, The Lowe Gallery, Atlanta, Georgie

2004
Exposition de groupe, The Lowe Gallery, Santa Monica, Californie
Exposition bi-annuelle, Galerie Brad Cooper, Florida

2001
16eme présentation annuelle avec la galerie Route One, Californie

2000
“Arts on Fire, 2000”, Sanchez Art Center, Californie
“Man/Woman : Viewpoints”, Sebastopol Centre des Arts, Sebastopol,
Californie.