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Kevin Sudeith

Brooklyn, NY, United States

Kevin Sudeith practices the oldest art form, carving petroglyphs. Since 2010, he has been traveling the country, having adventures, and carving images of local life in bedrock. In North Dakota he carved images of broad acre farming, oil production, and space shuttles, in Montana Sudeith carved cowboys, tractors, and the Chandra X-ray Observatory, in the Bay Area he carved ships, sailboats, and an upside down astronaut. Sudeith’s petroglyphs are presented through diverse media such as video, collage, and a unique form of printmaking: He paints the carved stone and impresses wet paper or pulp onto the carving, transferring the paint to the paper as the paper is embossed with the relief of the carving. Sudeith had his first solo show in New York City in June 2013. His work has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and Hyperallergic.

Kevin's ArtPrize Entries

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    Grand River Fish Petroglyph

    2014 ArtPrize Entry Kevin Sudeith
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