Visual Art


Jeremy Hush

To quote Anagnorisis, the macabre, elaborate, wild yet delicate drawings of Jeremy Hush are “heavy influenced by Arthur Rackham and other 19th-century illustrations….His spidery drawings are dark and mysterious, but, like Rackham’s drawings, evoke the fear, love, and awe one might have for nature and her power.” He often draws with ballpoint pens he finds in hotels around the world (Hush is prone to wanderlust), uses “traditional India ink and watercolor,” and “also experiments with a plethora of other media. such as coffee, for example.”