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Divergent: The Art of Sterling Hundley

Divergent: The Art of Sterling Hundley
Sterling Hundley, who I’ve written about previously here and here, is the subject of a one man show at the University of the Arts here in Philadelphia.

Divergent: The Art of Sterling Hundley opens today, September 24th, 2010, at the Richard C. von Hess Illustration Gallery, 333 South Broad St, Philadelphia, and runs until November 22nd.

Hundley will be giving an artist’s talk on October 14th from 1:30 to 3pm in the CBS Auditorium, followed by a reception in the Von Hess Illustration Gallery.

The show features over 30 works from Hundley’s career and demonstrates a diverse range of illustration styles (presumably the origin of the exhibition’s name). In them he shows some common threads of fascination with texture, patterns, and subdued color palettes.

You can see a preview of works from the show on Hundley’s page on Behance Network.


One response to “Divergent: The Art of Sterling Hundley”

  1. Mr. Hundley’s work is inspiring. His skill in composition and drawing and his odd perspectives are fresh and imaginative. He continues to amaze me. Wonderful. If only he didn’t live so far away …