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Sage Vaughn

Sage Vaughn is an LA based painter and illustrator who is best recognised for his "Wildlife" series depicting colourful butterflies, owls and sparrows, in otherwise melancholic, city scenes.

Sage Vaughn

Although as a teen he started out spraying graffiti around the San Fernando Valley, California, where he was raised, it was a scene he quickly outgrew. He is interested in the interface between “mans” wild side and animals “civilized aspects”. His father was also a painter and used to take Sage to LA Zoo, where the pair would sit and sketch animals all day. In his most recent paintings, Wildlives, Vaughn paints children playing against the same faded, urban scenes against which he places wildlife, drawing comparisons between the liberty and survival skills of each. He has had widely acclaimed solo shows in New York, LA, Geneva and London.

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