Jamie Limond  BA (Hons) MA MSc HNDip IEng MIET


My artwork is dominated by a heightened sense of mortality, borne out of receiving a devastating diagnosis. I investigate the human condition at its fringes, being broken. I explore our responses to existence and temporality, considering how these states impact on the human condition. Beyond this I am interested in philosophy and how it may help me as an artist to create art that communicates most authentically. I am a postgraduate researcher, working towards a doctorate in Fine Art.

My practice is informed with an engineer’s understanding of materials and a keen appreciation for art history; employing a multidisciplinary approach with no particular preference to one medium.

My influences include Joseph Beuys, Anselm Kiefer, Christian Boltanski, and Anya Gallaccio.

Born in 1974, I live and work in Suffolk, England.

Solo Exhibitions
  • W&B Gallery, Sudbury (Jun-Jul 2014)

Selected Group Exhibitions
  • To Begin at the Beginning, The Peter Pears Gallery, Aldeburgh (18th Sept – 22nd Sept 2020). 
  • Harwich Shorts, Harwich Festival of the Arts, online (25th June – 31st July 2020). 
  • Impact, Chiaya Art Award, online (15 Jun to 30 Sept 2020). 
  • Finé Art, Foyer, UoS, Ipswich (Aug 2019).
  • Alive in the Universe, MaYou Live in Interesting Times. Associazione Eventi d’arte e d’architettura, 58th Venice Beinnalé (May-Jun 2019) [short film].
  • tbc, Waterfront Gallery, Ipswich (Apr 2019).
  • Alive in the Universe, The Lookout, Aldeburgh (20th Aug 2018).
  • Fate (tbc), Installation Space, UoS, Ipswich (Jun 2017).
  • Inhumanity Scratched-out, Fine Art / English Collaboration, UoS (Jun 2017).
  • Inhumanity Series Exhibition, School of Art & Design Gallery, University of Sulaimani, Kurdistan (31 May 2017).
  • Inhumanity Series Exhibition, Art-Expo, Shanidar Gallery, Erbil, Iraq (May 2017).
  • Blueshift Paradigm (auction), Waterfront Building, Ipswich (Mar 2017).
  • Scarred FOR Life Exhibition, Waterfront Gallery, Ipswich (Apr 2016).
  • Time Installation, Freudian Sheep Gallery, Ipswich (Feb 2016).
  • The Summer Exhibition, Prettys Solicitors (Jul-Jan 2015).
  • Injustice Exhibition, La Galleria, Pall Mall, London (Sept 2014).
  • Into the Sun Exhibition, Kersey’s (May 2014).
  • British Contemporary Painting Exhibition, Crypt Gallery, London (2014).
  • Various Exhibitions, Freudian Sheep Gallery, Ipswich (2016-2014).
  • Trafalgar Exhibition, Prettys Solicitors, Ipswich (2013).
  • Gainsborough Print Exhibition, Edmunds Gallery, Bury St. Edmunds (2013).
  • Tracing Britten Exhibition, The Cinema Gallery, Aldeburgh (2013).
  • Clockmakers Exhibition, Sotheby’s Gallery, London (2013).
  • Twenty-thirteen Exhibition, Atrium Gallery, Ipswich (2013).
  • Langlands & Bell Exhibition, Waterfront Gallery, Ipswich (2011).

  • Attwells Solicitors Fine Art Competition [Shortlisted] (2016).
  • Just Art National Competition [Runner Up] (2014).
  • National Open Arts Competition [Shortlisted] (2014).
  • Picturing Time Competition [Shortlisted] (2013).

Commissions and public works
  • Unmarked pages on display at the St. Elizabeth’s Hospice, Ipswich (2015).
  • Miracle of the Roses on display at the St. Elizabeth’s Hospice, Ipswich (2015).
  • The unnamed tree* on display at the University Campus Suffolk, Ipswich (2012).

Published articles and features

Research Portfolio
The unnamend tree was a collaboration with J Butcher and P Hillier