Jeremy Thomas was born in 1973 in Ohio, USA. He lives and works in Española, NM, USA.
The American artist welds together pieces of plate steel, which are then forged and expanded using pressurized air. The resulting amorphous forms are coated with synthetic powder to create a glossy surface in colors characteristic of machinery. For some time now he has also been applying iridescent lacquers that are found, for example, in cosmetic products like nail polish, as well as acryl or urethane compounds.
In his most recent works Jeremy Thomas investigates the chemical structures of pigments. One example is the sculpture "Pigment White 6", the form of which is reminiscent of the chemical structure of titanium dioxide (TiO2). To accentuate the similarity, Thomas has chosen the appropriate color – titanium white.