Jeremy Herndl was born in Surrey, BC and has lived across Canada and abroad. He earned his BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art in Design in 1996 and his MAA in Painting at Emily Carr University in 2011.
In recent years, Jeremy has received funding from the Canada Council, BC Arts Council and a third Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation grant. He has been artist in residence at the Banff Centre, The Brucebo Residency in Gotland, Sweden, Tombstone Territorial Park AiR in the Yukon and a resident fellow at the Vermont Studio Center.
In the past few years his work has been exhibited at Michael Gibson Gallery (London, On.), the Surrey Art Centre in Surrey BC, Open Space Art Society in Victoria, BC, Two Rivers Public Gallery in Prince George BC and numerous other group shows. His work is in collections such as the Surrey Art Centre, The University of Victoria, The West Vancouver Museum, the Brucebo Foundation, Sweden, The City of Surrey, The Alberta Foundation for the Arts, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and many corporate and private collections.
Jeremy has taught courses and workshops for seven years including, Emily Carr University, The Vancouver Island School of Art, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, The Metchosin In- ternational Summer School of the Arts, The Yukon School of Visual Arts and The University of Victoria. He lives and works in Victoria, BC with his wife, Izabela and their two children.