|1957||26 April: Jeremy Noel Gardiner born in Munster, Germany, BMH, son of Captain Arthur Gardiner and Elizabeth Gardiner.|
|1958-61||Family moves to Singapore where he attends Tanglin Nursery School.|
|1962-70||Family moves to West Moors, Dorset, then to Bushey, Hertfordshire.
Starts to visit maternal grandmother Vera Travers in Swanage, Dorset.
|1968||Attends Watford Central Primary School; awarded Brooke Bond National Schools’ Award for Art.|
|1968-75||Attends Duke of York’s Royal Military School, Dover, Kent and is encouraged to by art teacher Capt Peter Smith, Royal Army Education Corps.|
|1970||Visits artist Paddy Macmiadachain in his studio on the Swanage seafront (now Swanage Heritage Centre).|
|1972||Visits Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and sees the work of John Tunnard, Norman Adams,William Roberts and others.
Travels to Italy and sees the work of Italian primitives for the first time.
|1974||Visits exhibition by Lucian Freud at Hayward Gallery.
Finalist Sunday Mirror National Children’s Exhibition; judges include Victor Pasmore and Alan Davie.
|1975||Awarded Second prize Kellogg’s National Children’s Art Competition, presented by Sir Norman Reid, Director of Tate Gallery; judges include Ian Stephenson and James Fitton.|
|1975-79||Studies Fine Art at Newcastle University under Professor Kenneth Rowntree, William Varley, Ralph Holland and Dr John Milner.
Travels on his Honda CB 500 Twin Motorcycle through landscapes of Dorset, Northumberland, Scottish Highlands and Isle of Arran.
|1977||Visits art galleries in SOHO, New York City while working as Pin Chaser in 32-lane bowling alley in Wildwood, New Jersey.
Travels across the USA in the summer with a one-month Greyhound bus ticket to see exhibitions of contemporary American art, including a retrospective of Richard Diebenkorn.
Awarded John Christie Scholarship, Newcastle University.
|1978||Paints industrial landscape of the North East of England. Awarded Midland Bank Drawing Prize then Hatton Scholarship, Newcastle University.
Visits Barbara Hepworth Museum, St Ives.
|1979||Awarded Yorkshire Arts – Artist in Industry Fellowship. Studio on the factory floor at Bridon Wire, Doncaster.
Has studio at 2, Corchester Avenue, Corbridge, Northumberland. Continues to paint pictures of heavy industry on Tyneside after visits to Parsons Turbine manufacturers.
|1980||Works as chain man at Kielder Dam, Northumberland.
First solo exhibition at Parnham House – John Makepeace’s School for Craftsmen in Wood, Beaminster, Dorset.
|1980-83||Studies Painting at the Royal College of Art under Professor Peter de Francia, Dr John Golding and Professor Patrick Purcell.
Observer magazine – Artist in Industry feature.
BBC Radio 4 – Kaleidoscope – interview with Waldemar Januszczak.
Travels to Italy and France to paint Fiat and Renault car factories, and Birmingham to paint British Leyland.
|1981||Coast to Coast road trip across North America with Nigel Grierson and Vaughn Oliver.
Awarded John Minton Scholarship, RCA.
|1982||Exhibits New Contemporaries, ICA London.|
|1983||RCA degree show sells out; Coast of Africa painting purchased by Dr Wendy Baron for Government Art Collection.
Has Space Studio at 47 Tabernacle Street, City of London.
Appointed part-time teacher at Ealing College of Art.
|1984||Has studio in the Gatehouse of Greenwich Power Station.
First solo exhibition in London at Galerie 39.
Awarded Churchill Fellowship; travels the United States.
Awarded Harkness Fellowship to work at MIT’s Visible Language Workshop, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Has studio at 141 Pearl Street, downtown Boston.
|1985||Moves to New York City, has studio at 60, Lispenard Street in Tribeca.
Solo exhibition Heuristic Journeys at Boston University’s George Sherman Gallery.
|1986||Appointed part-time teacher at Pratt Institute of Art and Design, Brooklyn, NY (1986-93).
Has studio at 327, 6th Avenue and 3rd Street in Greenwich Village.
Invited to exhibit at XLII Venice Biennale.
|1987||Awarded New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship.
Exhibition at Compton Gallery MIT, organized by MIT Museum.
Has studio in Copacabana beach, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
|1988||Has studio in the Hudson Valley at 9, Church Street, Cold Spring and visits Thomas Cole’s studio, village of Catskill, NY.
Exhibits in Emerging Visions at Tibor de Nagy gallery, NY.
|1989||Marries photographer Veronica Falcao.
Has studio at 250 W 27th Street in Chelsea district of New York City.
|1990||Plein-air paintings of Isle of Purbeck, Dorset
September: Birth of daughter Marina in New York City
|1991||Solo exhibition Fine Arts Museum of Long Island.
Plein-air paintings of Monhegan Island, Maine.
Has studio at 19, Cambridge Gate Mews, Regents Park, London.
Paints Ballard Point from balcony of Number 2 the Parade, Swanage (residence of Paul Nash in 1935).
|1992||Sabbatical from Pratt Institute to work as tutor for the Printmaking Department at the Royal College of Art.
May: Birth of son Marcus in London.
|1993||Has studio at 2250, Brickell Avenue, downtown Miami; appointed teacher at New World School of the Arts, University of Florida (1993 – 98).
Visits St Ives and flies over Penwith in Cessna plane.
Collects repurposed hardwoods from shipwrecks of hurricane Andrew at Dinner Key in Coconut Grove (originally served as the Clipper Flying Boat facility for Pan American).
|1998||Completes Ballard Point paintings in Miami. Awarded New Forms grant by Florida Cultural Affairs Council.
Has studio in Bennington, Vermont while teaching at Bennington College.
|1999||Returns to UK with family to teach at Bath Spa University (1999 – 2001).
Has studio in disused chapel, St Michaels Cemetery, Bath.
Starts painting Corfe Castle series, Dorset.
|2000||Exhibits Ballard Point paintings at Pier Trust Gallery, in Swanage; Belgrave Gallery in London and Neuhoff Gallery, New York City.|
|2001||Plein-air paintings of Fernando de Noronha archipelago in Brazil.
Quiet Waters exhibition at Poole Study Gallery with Peter Joyce, Prunella Clough and John Tunnard.
|2003||Exhibition of Corfe Castle paintings at the Lighthouse, Poole Centre for the Arts, Dorset|
|2006||Plein-air paintings of Cornish Coast.|
|2007||Appointed Senior Research Fellow, Birkbeck College – Arts and Humanities Research Council project with Victoria & Albert Museum (2007 – 10).
Barclays Bank Commission.
|2008||Awarded Arts Council England research and development grant to examine coastal maps and fossils collection in Dorset County Museum
Travels to Milos, Cycladian island in Greece.
|2009||Imaginalis exhibition at Chelsea Art Museum, New York City.
Mapping the Jurassic Coast Part I exhibition at Dorset County Museum.
Painting expedition to Cornwall’s South West Peninsula.
|2010||Awarded Arts Council England Grant for the arts.
Artist in Residence, Nottingham University.
|2011||Appointed Course Director Postgraduate Studies at Ravensbourne.|