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David Alexander
Tony Angell
Erin Armstrong
Sheri Bakes
Bratsa Bonifacho
Allison Collins
Jamie Evrard
Lois Graham
Julie Himel
Shawn Huckins
Eva Isaksen
Julia Lambright
Chase Langford
Guy Laramée
Robert Marchessault
James Martin
Alden Mason
Cameron Anne Mason
Casey McGlynn
Sarah McRae Morton
Steven Nederveen
Andre Petterson
Mark Rediske
Andrew Wapinski
Janna Watson
Sarah Winkler
Eric Zener

Photography

Cara Barer
David Burdeny
Carol Inez Charney
Cody Cobb
Joshua Jensen-Nagle
David Leventi
Jeffrey Milstein
Michael Wolf

Sculpture

Tony Angell
Evan Blackwell
Tom Burrows
John de Wit
Guy Laramée
Cameron Anne Mason
Will Robinson
George Rodriguez
Paul Vexler


   
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Shawn Huckins
 

Shawn Huckins: 2019 Exhibition Catalog
Shawn Huckins: 2017 Exhibition Catalog

 
  Shawn Huckins - Smut Still Life With Fruit And Canary…



Smut Still Life With Fruit And Canary…
acrylic on canvas
50 X 62 in.
$20000
 
  Shawn Huckins - Martha Washington (The Athenaeum Portrait): The Fuck What?



Martha Washington (The Athenaeum Portrait): The Fuck What?
acrylic on canvas
44 X 32 in.
$7400
 
  Shawn Huckins - Two Birds, Seven Stones (John James Audubon…Erasure No. 25)



Two Birds, Seven Stones (John James Audubon…Erasure No. 25)
acrylic on canvas
60 X 46 in.
$16000
 
  Shawn Huckins - George Washington: You Tried



George Washington: You Tried
acrylic on canvas
42 X 32 in.
$7400
 
  Shawn Huckins - Redact (Alexander Hamilton…Erasure No. 30)



Redact (Alexander Hamilton…Erasure No. 30)
acrylic on canvas
30 X 26 in.
$4800
 
  Shawn Huckins - Follow the Money: Young Robert E. Lee…



Follow the Money: Young Robert E. Lee…
acrylic on canvas
26 X 22 in.
$4200
 
  Shawn Huckins - Descending Eh: Portrait of Nathaniel Olds



Descending Eh: Portrait of Nathaniel Olds
acrylic on canvas
30 X 26 in.
$4800
 
  Shawn Huckins - William Sidney Mount Self Portrait: Like, Can You Not?



William Sidney Mount Self Portrait: Like, Can You Not?
acrylic on canvas
20 X 16 in.
$3800
 
  Shawn Huckins - Study Of A 19th Century Landscape: Oh For Fuck Sake



Study Of A 19th Century Landscape: Oh For Fuck Sake
acrylic on canvas
14 X 18 in.
Sold
 
  Shawn Huckins - Abraham Lincoln: Tears Of



Abraham Lincoln: Tears Of
acrylic on canvas
18 X 14 in.
Sold
 
  Shawn Huckins - Tiny Dissatisfied Still Life...Erasure No. 29



Tiny Dissatisfied Still Life...Erasure No. 29
acrylic on canvas
16 X 20 in.
Sold
 
  Shawn Huckins - John Tyler's Expression of Surprise, Confusion, or Shock



John Tyler's Expression of Surprise, Confusion, or Shock
acrylic on canvas
20 X 16 in.
$3600
 
  Shawn Huckins - General Henry H Sibley: UGH



General Henry H Sibley: UGH
acrylic on canvas
16 X 12 in.
$2700
 
 
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Shawn Huckins


Shawn Huckins is known for both his sense of humor and skill as a painter. He satirizes social media, asking whether the devolution of language in the face of technological advancement weakens our ability to empathize with one another in a meaningful way. His most recent work, presented in the 2019 exhibition ‘Staring at the Sun,’ explores the artist’s perspective on America’s divided and divisive political climate. The source for text in his paintings is social media from self-proclaimed supporters of either side of the political spectrum. Found text brings the people who make up American democracy to the forefront of the conversation.

Huckins states for his newest series, “The underlying works chosen for this series originally served as testaments of those who came before us and the indelible mark they left on the world … In an era where the internet makes everyone a publisher, and digital editing tools bestow the power to create realities out of pixels, ‘The Erasures’ force us to examine our assumptions regarding the longevity of individual influence and institutions, thus raising enormous questions concerning the fragility of legacy.”

A New Hampshire native, Huckins now hails from Denver, Colorado. His work is displayed in private and public collections across the country, including the Museum of Fine Art in Boston, MA and the Vicki Myhren Gallery at the University of Denver. In 2018, he was a Luxemburg Art Prize finalist for the Grand-Duchy of Luxemburg. Huckins has received grants from Colorado Creative Industries, the Haven Foundation of Maine, Artists’ Fellowship Inc. of New York City, and the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism, among others.