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Shawn Huckins

  Shawn Huckins - Marshall Cottrell: Two Stepping Fighting Grinding on Randoms

Marshall Cottrell: Two Stepping Fighting Grinding on Randoms
acrylic on canvas
40 X 32 in.
  Shawn Huckins - The Wood-Boat: Like Duh.

The Wood-Boat: Like Duh.
acrylic on canvas
32 X 36 in.
  Shawn Huckins - Abraham Lincoln: Swag

Abraham Lincoln: Swag
acrylic on canvas
24 X 18.25 in.
  Shawn Huckins - The Transient State of Mr Henry Rice

The Transient State of Mr Henry Rice
acrylic on canvas
28 X 22 in.
  Shawn Huckins - Paul Revere: Whatever

Paul Revere: Whatever
acrylic on canvas
32 X 26 in. Paul Revere
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Shawn Huckins

Shawn was Born 28 April in  Laconia, New Hampshire. He currently resides in Colorado.
His paintings feature a modern twist on classical portraiture.

As stated by Shawn:

"The brief history of The United States of America so far is bookended by revolution: political and technological. An American Revolution Revolution series explores 18th century American painting and portraiture in context of 21st century lexicons – facebook status updates, tweets, texting acronyms – that permeate today's popular culture.

The American Revolution was conceived through an exchange of a few well-formed ideas communicated in person and by handwritten letters. Imagine what George & Co. could have done with the Internet."

His work is displayed in private and public spaces nationally.