|Name||Sean Avery Cavanaugh|
|Person ID||I49216||MRP Tree|
|Last Modified||7 Mar 2014|
|Father||Philip Cavanaugh, b. (LIVING)|
|Mother||March Avery, b. (LIVING)|
|Family ID||F8802||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Histories||Hydro-sculpture by Sean Avery Cavanaugh |
Sean Avery Cavanaugh
Hydro-sculpture, 2004, Mixed media on paper, 10 1/2 x 14 inches (26.7 x 35.6 cm). Signed and dated recto: S.A.C. 04.
Sean Avery Cavanaugh explores the inherent beauty found in some of the most basic forms of nature—trees, leaves, rocks, mountains and branches. Cavanaugh’s background in environmental studies is clearly evident in his reverent treatment of the natural world. Using both watercolor and oil paint, in Hydro-sculpture Cavanaugh pays particular attention to color and detail when illustrating the form. He renders each crevice and surface distortion with nuance and exquisite precision.
Courtesy of Sean Avery Cavanaugh ’87
|Books||ART in Embassies Exhibition Vienna, Austria |
ART in Embassies Exhibition Vienna, Austria - showcasing work from Wolf Kahn; George Edwin Chaplin; Milton Avery; his daughter March Avery Cavanaugh; and her son, Sean Cavanaugh.