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Lee Morgan, Legends of Jazz: I remember my friend in high school turned me on to Lee Morgan, arguably one of the great bebop trumpeters. We were listening to Morgan’s 1964 album The Sidewinder, passed along to us by more than likely his older brother in the late ’60s.


My art is inspired by Francis Wolff’s black and white photography for Blue Note Records. Lee Morgan whom I think is an often overlooked trumpeter presented soulfulness and hipster cool defining the so-called Blue Note sound in the fifties and sixties.
 

Digital print on Starch White Speckle Tone paper. Signed by Steve Sult, Open edition. International customers are responsible for import fees due upon delivery.⁣ ALL SALES FINAL.

Billie Holiday, Legends of Jazz: Billie Holiday is remembered for her musical masterpieces, her songwriting skills, creativity, and courageous views on inequality and justice. I remember the exact moment I had the pleasure of listening to her as a very young man. From that moment forward, I was a fan.


Digital print on Starch White Speckle Tone paper. Signed by Steve Sult, Open edition. International customers are responsible for import fees due upon delivery.⁣ ALL SALES FINAL.

"Cannabis and the Magic of Dreams” prints are now available for sale.

 

I joined artists from around the world competing in an international art contest – against a backdrop of national debates over the legalization of the drug, increasing acceptance of its medical use, and growing support for the legalization of recreational smoking – there is some scientific reasoning behind the influence of cannabis on art.
 

The concept for the art is based on 'Magic'. I discovered throughout the ages, Magicians have used cannabis among other spiritual plants to alter consciousness in a variety of spiritual and magical streams. Be sure to view the top twenty selections at Natural Cannabis Company’s website. See the award video here 

"Cannabis and the Magic of Dreams” 24 x 24 inches. Digital print on Cream Speckle Tone paper. Signed by Steve Sult, Open edition; Available on May 10; International customers are responsible for import fees due upon delivery.⁣ ALL SALES FINAL.

Cannabis Magic

'Moments translate into Power'. March 8, 2020, marks the global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. My work over the past few years has been to build images that support dignity and equality. Prints are digitally produced on French Paper Company, Speckle Tone Cream, 19 x 25". I aim to donate a portion of each sale to South Bend, Indiana's community action group Everybody Has A Story® in annual support of their community-based not-for-profit music and variety show on October 24, 2020, in support of the Family Justice Center of St. Joseph County. 

America’s immigration system reminds me of a jigsaw puzzle. The extreme voices of the left and the right need to be quieted and encouraged to find a starting place: the status for the 11 million living in the shadows. They are the clue to ending the horror of deportation. 

 

Immigration Puzzle’, 30 digital prints, 18 x 24” printed on French Paper Company Speckle Tone Cream.

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