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Art for Public Spaces: "Politics of America’s Pandemic." The pandemic, which could have brought the country together, has instead contributed to our growing political divides. In an ideal world, public health policy would be driven by theory and evidence, not the relative power of partisans. The downplaying of COVID, as well as opposition to mask-wearing and other precautions, have had real consequences for health and safety. But the polarization of the pandemic has had another unfortunate side effect: exacerbating economic harm a board for politicians to score points on, rather than a challenge for the nation to rise to continually reaps tragedy after tragedy. Dr. Fauci offers sound and simple advise – “Americans need to follow the scientific data and to stay out of the political fray. Let science and good data guide policy it’s not too late to vigorously apply good public-health measure.”

 

Size: 19 x 25”
Printed on Speckle Tone Starch White
Open Edition

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Think Equal, Build Smart, Innovate for Change. My work over the past 2 years has been to build images that support dignity and equality. I’m finding inspiration by witnessing the courage and strength of women in my sphere of friendship and for those, I read about. #October2020 is here which means it’s time to remember that the entire month is dedicated to bringing awareness to the issue of domestic violence.

 

Size: 19 x 25”
Printed on Speckle Tone Starch White
Open Edition

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Overcome Adversity: The divisive politics of identity, ideals of equity, equal rights, diversity, and the national pandemic have been drowning under the weight of rhetoric that raises tension and inflame passions against imagined enemies. I believe that these struggles have prepared me to become more resilient, empathetic, and finding the good in people no matter what politics du jour throws at us. Resilience doesn’t always look pretty – some days it’s just about muddling through as best you can.

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.

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North Bar Lake: A few days ago I had a dream about a discovery I made in 1979. Anyone who’s ever ventured to the beach at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore’s North Bar Lake has seen a house — perched atop a dune, peeking out from the trees, overlooking North Bar’s channel to Lake Michigan. I wondered what its story was and daydreamed about what it would be like to wake up every morning with a view of North Bar to the east and Lake Michigan to the west.

In the dream, a different house stood in the middle of nature surrounded by North Bar Lake’s peaceful surroundings and Lake Michigan’s sunsets. In my mind, I continue to look up to the house on the hill and wonder about the people that lived there. The art pays homage to a joyful, peaceful time for me and to the owner of this beautiful place.

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.

Bob Dylan: I'm a Phil Ochs fan and I also happen to like Bob Dylan. My friend and collaborator, Curt Heckaman, posted his version of Dylan’s "The Times They Are A-Changin” on Facebook last week. The art is Inspired by Curt and Ken Regan’s image of the mid-seventies Dylan.

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.

North Bar Lake

Bob Dylan: I'm a Phil Ochs fan and I also happen to like Bob Dylan. My friend and collaborator, Curt Heckaman, posted his version of Dylan’s "The Times They Are A-Changin” on Facebook last week. The art is Inspired by Curt and Ken Regan’s image of the mid-seventies Dylan.

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.

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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.

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"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.

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