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Sage Vaughn

La Jay, 2008

Unique, oil, acrylic, ink and vellum on canvas
31 9/10 × 36 1/5 in
81 × 92 cm
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Tate Ward Auctions

signed and dated in black marker to the canvas verso; canvas: 81 x 92cm

signed and dated in black marker to the canvas verso; canvas: 81 x 92cm

Sage Vaughn
American, b. 1976
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California-based Sage Vaughn—a self-described “gun nut” who approaches art making with a hard-working, blue-collar mentality—is interested in illustrating the complex co-existence of nature and technology. In his “Wildlife” series, Vaughn depicted birds in trees against technological backgrounds, while in “Wildlives,” children in play battle armor prepare for an imaginary war. Determined to make popular art that everyone can grasp on a basic level, Vaughn depicts scenes from everyday life that suggest deeper, more profound narrative content.

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About the work
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signed and dated in black marker to the canvas verso; canvas: 81 x 92cm

signed and dated in black marker to the canvas verso; canvas: 81 x 92cm

Sage Vaughn
American, b. 1976
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California-based Sage Vaughn—a self-described “gun nut” who approaches art making with a hard-working, blue-collar mentality—is interested in illustrating the complex co-existence of nature and technology. In his “Wildlife” series, Vaughn depicted birds in trees against technological backgrounds, while in “Wildlives,” children in play battle armor prepare for an imaginary war. Determined to make popular art that everyone can grasp on a basic level, Vaughn depicts scenes from everyday life that suggest deeper, more profound narrative content.

Sage Vaughn

La Jay, 2008

Unique, oil, acrylic, ink and vellum on canvas
31 9/10 × 36 1/5 in
81 × 92 cm
Bidding closed
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