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Autumn Shade I by Sean Jacobs
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Autumn Shade I

Artist: Sean Jacobs    Image Code: JA232A Add to Favorites

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  • Artist: Sean Jacobs

    The artistic influence of Giacometti, David Hockney, Larry Rivers, and Man Ray has helped form Jacob's own art expression: the Southern California lifestyle depicting an uninhibited explosion of freedom and spirit. His palette is different from other artists. He uses colors found in nature that convey a sense of serenity and calm through chaotic precision -- a type of contradiction that has served to create a unique vision with a contemporary flair. Jacob's artwork can be found in many private, public, and corporate collections across the country. 

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    "When we allow our minds to wander, we find surprising treasures in places we don't expect." Sean Jacobs likes times like that: the spare minutes between things that urgently need doing, when his mind relaxes and he really starts to see the world around him--like the dancing circles that appear under a leafy tree on a breezy day. He strives to capture part of those experiences with his work. Circles are one of the building blocks of Jacobs' visual imagery, easily transforming into globes, orbs, cones, cylinders and, as he has demonstrates in his Autumn Shade series, they can also be employed as a contemporary approach to impressionist painting. Embellished with light, they take on a sense of being, a sense of belonging within a space. Add a touch of atmosphere and they begin to float and occupy space within the confines of the canvas.



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