Gerald Palmer Gerald Palmer, NDD, is a St. Helier born Jerseyman. He showed exceptional talent at school and later with the help of his Headmaster and Edmund Blampied, an established Jersey artist, he was able to secure a grant which enabled him to study at Portsmouth College of Art. After gaining his National Diploma in Design in 1955 he began a career as an Editorial Art Assistant with the Hilton Press in Fleet Street, later going on to join a team illustrating books and magazines in England and Europe. Latterly Gerald has concentrated more on the fine art side producing work in oils, water colours, pastel, pen and wash and various other media, and has executed many commissions for portraits, landscapes, seascapes and still life. He regularly exhibits work at the guild of Aviation Artists and at the Pastel Society exhibitions in London. Gerald has also produced postage stamp designs for the Jersey Post Office. His work is very much in demand world-wide and is sold as far away as Japan and America. Gerald's interests include designing and building various model aircraft, from skimmers to gliders, skin diving, sail boarding and sea fishing.
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