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Showing Publicly and Building a Legacy Privately

For the next 13 months we'll discuss the trials, triumphs, and tribulations of exhibiting  in art shows as emerging artists and established artists. Exhibition coverage will be balanced with tips on how to strategically build a legacy over a length of time, in a way that makes sense to your individual goals as an artist. Join us each month! There will be surprises around every corner, with photos, videos, SNAG conference coverage, and occasional interviews by rising artists!See More
May 4, 2013
Sean W Scully left a comment for Nikki Couppee
"Nikki! How ya been?! The work looks great!"
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"Woohoo!"
Sep 27, 2012
Sean W Scully replied to The Justified Sinner's discussion Investment Removal in the group Thinking Out Loud
"Worst-case scenario you could use an investment remover in an ultrasonic and a syringe. And last resort, each time you bring the investment to temp it loses more and more of its strength. I am very curious as to what winds up working for you.-Sean"
Nov 30, 2011
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Creature One

"the translucence! It's like there's another little world in there."
Sep 20, 2011
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Cameron Lyden left a comment for Sean W Scully
"Hey Sean!   It's been too long!  I've just been chugging along here in kent.  What's new with you??"
Jun 15, 2011
Sean W Scully and Cameron Lyden are now friends
Jun 14, 2011
Sean W Scully left a comment for Cameron Lyden
"Cameron! What have you been up to? Looks like you've been busy!"
Jun 14, 2011
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Studio Sanctuaries - Part 2

Few things are more important to an artist than their workspaces. Part sanctuary, part workshop, part hang-out: This exhibit honors our studio spaces where we spend most of our time.
Jun 1, 2011
Sean W Scully replied to Shana Kroiz's discussion Blackening Platinum in the group Thinking Out Loud
"Beyond black rhodium, that's a tough one. If it's a recessed area and you want some contrast you could consider niello or enamel paint. Perhaps you could pen plate the region with gold and use black max with a saw blade - you'll get…"
Jun 1, 2011

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Kent, OH
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Kent State University, South Plains College, Kent State University Museum
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graduate student, instructor, gallery attendant, assistant preparator, studio assistant
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http://www.seanwscully.com

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At 2:12pm on May 27, 2014, Brigitte Martin said…

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At 4:58pm on June 15, 2011, Cameron Lyden said…

Hey Sean!

  It's been too long!  I've just been chugging along here in kent.  What's new with you??

At 3:34pm on March 29, 2010, rachel timmins said…
Hi Sean!
Thanks so much!
It was great to see you again. :)
At 11:05am on March 18, 2010, Rickson said…
I know! SNAG was phenomenal! The bubble gum pump! Great. I didn't know you were the fry man! We were already fans of each other and didn't even know it. :)
At 10:52am on December 2, 2009, Corey Ackelmire said…
Thanks Sean--It was a fun!
At 10:09pm on September 27, 2009, Corey Ackelmire said…
Thanks Sean--but flossers aren't the end; just the other day I saw an ad for a vibrating mascara applicator, so the possibilities are endles!
At 4:02pm on September 8, 2009, Katelyn Kronshage said…
i love the french fries, very interesting... foods in jewelry i like that
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