Ian M Sherwin Giclée

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Here is your chance to get a limited edition Giclée of one of Ian M Sherwin Paintings

Ian M. Sherwin is a 2000 graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where he attended on a full scholarship. He is a contract artist for the Field Museum, designing programs for children and families that are at the intersection of art and science. He also teaches art classes in the city and has worked with special needs children in the Chicago Public Schools.

Several years ago, Ian lost sight in one eye, thus subsequently relearned how to draw, which lead him to painting.

He continues to complete private commissions in painting and drawing and has exhibited his work at Bell Studio and Morpho Gallery.

"In my early days I had limited myself by only drawing. My transition into painting forced me to explore new materials pushing various scientific principles. As I continue to discover painting, it becomes more and more intriguing. My art is not driven by creating finished work but merely the courses I take to get there. In a sense I am a problem solver.... The choices I make will overall impact the final piece. As I continue to practice my craft, these complex desicions become more instinctive. I feel my best art takes form when I follow that innate voice. Art is less a struggle and more a natural pursuance of ideas. As I grow I hope to find harmony between each material to illuminate the influence of these instincts."

-Ian M. Sherwin

Website and Giclée distribution by Geoffrey J. Blass.  

Geoff and Ian are childhood friends who grew up together in Marblehead, Massachusetts

Geoff purchased the original painting of Abbot Hall, and is currently working with a local Giclée Digital Artist for replication.  

By day, Geoff works in IT for a law-firm; by night he works on his blog http://www.pocketburgers.com/ and his own IT support business http://www.blassworks.com/


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