Ethan Sherman’s artwork examines the suggestive capabilities of material, color and form. His materials are engrained with a history indicative of their origin. Ethan takes them, arranges them, reflects and repeats. The work is the resolve of his gaze. It is rooted in optical experiences and confronts the scope of subjective and objective painting. Ethan melds the inner and outer eye by referencing elements of architecture through articulation and the material components of his work. Color and shape conform to his taste in order to question the significance of identity, authenticity and affect. Ethan was born in Philadelphia, and currently resides and works in New Brunswick, New Jersey.

By Layla Cabrera



2012 BFA Printmaking/Sculpture, Mason Gross School of Art, Rutgers University
2011 Spring, Pont-Aven School of Contemporary Art, Bretagne, France



2012 Fill Up Your Mouth With All It Can Hold, MGSA Project Space, New Brunswick, NJ
2011 New Work, UNA, Pont-Aven, France


2012 Something told me I’m here, Douglass Campus Center, New Brunswick, NJ
2012 HEAVY PETTING, BFA Thesis Exhibition, Mason Gross Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ
2012 Capitol City Art, Trenton, NJ
2011 ArtHouse, New Brunswick, NJ, USA
2011 Chance, Mason Gross Gallery, New Brunswick, NJ, USA
2011 Simplicite, IzArt Gallery, Pont-Aven, France
2011 Bleu-Ouverte, Gallery Gallery, Pont-Aven, France
2011 Through the Front Door, CIAC Gallery, Pont-Aven, France


Bruno and Claudie Segurie
Veronica Weinstein



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