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You are cordially invited to attend "Divergent", a solo exhibition of the illustrative work of Sterling Hundley from the past 12+ years. When: S… Read More
You are cordially invited to attend "Divergent", a solo exhibition of the illustrative work of Sterling Hundley from the past 12+ years. When: September 24th, 2010- November 22nd, 2010. Read Less
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UArts, Phildelphia, opens September 24th ends November 22nd.
You are cordially invited to attend "Divergent", a solo exhibition of the illustrative work of Sterling Hundley from the past 12+ years.

When: September 24th, 2010- November 22nd, 2010. 
Artist's talk: October 14, 1:30 3 p.m. in CBS Auditorium, followed by a reception in the von Hess Illustration Gallery.
Where: the Richard C. von Hess Illustration Gallery, University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 2333 South Broad Street, 7th floor
What: Solo Exhibition of the illustrative work of Sterling Hundley for show and for sale.
Information: http://www.uarts.edu/see-do/vonhess.html

"Divergent" will feature over 30 works that have garnered numerous National and International awards from clients as varied as Rolling Stone to Virginia Living Magazine.

Please submit purchase inquiries to: sterling@sterlinghundley.com

     Secretariat, 11.5" x 18", mixed (ink and acrylic on board), commissioned by Tyler Darden at Virginia Living Magazine.  
     Secretariat, the greatest race horse that ever lived. $2800.00 (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Big Brother Hero (George Rogers Clark), 18" x 26", mixed on board, commissioned by Tyler Darden at Virginia Living
     Magazine, $3200.00 (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Curse Tree, 15" x 19", mixed on board, commissioned by Tyler Darden at Virginia Living Magazine, $3500
     (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Dave Matthews Band, 10.5" 16.5", mixed on board, commissioned by Steven Charney at Rolling Stone Magazine,
     $1850.00 (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Death of a Salesman, 11" x 18.5", mixed on board, Arena Stage, Society of Illustrators Gold Medal Winner,     
     $4750.00, (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     God Eyes, 11.5" x 15", mixed (ink, acrylic, oil on board), Chicago University Magazine, $2250
     (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Hair, 13" x 18.5", mixed on board, Point Park University, Society of Illustrators Silver Medal Winner, $4800
     (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Hemingway and Faulkner, 14" x 18.5", mixed on board, Hemispheres Magazine, $4500.00
     (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Herbie Hancock, 19" x 17", mixed on board, commissioned by the Grammys, $2000.00
     (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Immigration, 16" x 20", ink on board, Progressive Magazine, $2300.00
     (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)




     Johnny Cash, 12" x 16", mixed (tape, ink and acyrlic on board), commissioned by Tyler Darden at Virginia Living
     Magazine. Three generations of Johnny Cash. NFS
     Lone Ranger, 12.5" x 15.5", mixed (ink, acrylic, oil on board), commissioned by American Cowboy Magazine. A cowboy
     chooses life on the range over a life with his family. $2600.00
     (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Millhiser House, 11.5" x 15", ink on board, commissioned by Tyler Darden at Virginia Living Magazine. $2300.00 (email
     purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Omar Rodriguez Lopez, 11" x 13.5", mixed on board, commissioned by Steven Charney at Rolling Stone
     Magazine, $1750.00 (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)




     Shakespeare in the Park, 10.5" x 12", mixed on board, Los Angeles Times, Society of Illustrators Silver Medal Winner,
     $4500.00 (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Breakfast of Undesirables, 11.5" x 12.5", mixed (watercolor, gouache, acrylic on board) commissioned by Tyler Darden
     at Virginia Living Magazine, $2400 (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Marat/Sade, 11" x 18", mixed (acrylic, tar, collage on board), commissioned by Point Park University. $4200  (email
     purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Sophisticated Ladies, 12" x 20", mixed on board, Arena Stage, $3200.00 (email purchase inquiries to
     sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     William Henry Harrison, 13.5" x 19", mixed on board, commissioned by Tyler Darden at Virginia Living Magazine,
     $3500 (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)

     Tree Frog, 4 3/4" x 5.5", monotype and pastel on paper, Dellas Graphics, $1000
     (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Vices, 12" x 12", mixed on panel, personal, NFS
     Bunnyman Bridge, 13" x 15.5", mixed on board, commissioned by Tyler Darden at Virginia Living Magazine,
     $2250.00 (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Cortes, 24" x 24", oil on panel, Virginia Living Magazine, $3200 (email purchase inquiries to
     sterling@sterlinghundley.com)
     Perpetual Motion (Bojangles), 16" x 22", mixed on board, Virginia Living Magazine, $3600.00
     (email purchase inquiries to sterling@sterlinghundley.com)


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9QNFTpEaVQ
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This video, recorded in a classroom setting at the first ever TAD workshop in Kansas City, MO, features award-winning illustrator Sterling Hundley as he takes students through his process of painting a horse and jockey. The real subject matter of this video, however, is concept. 

For Sterling, an illustration is built on the foundation of a strong idea, and this is what guides the artist throughout the creation of a painting. In this case, the concept is "speed", and the video begins with a discussion of different means to convey that message. This is followed by the actual execution, and the materials are kept to a minimum (white acrylic, ink, two watercolors) to help keep the focus on idea instead of technique.

Throughout the video students and faculty ask questions about a number of topics ranging from photography to art directors, and Sterling's responses are always articulate and full of clarity. This 1.5 hour demo ends with a nearly finished painting, and the viewer will walk away with a much stronger understanding of the underpinnings of a compelling illustration.