Steve Sult Chosen to Exhibit His Art in a Solo Show
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Niles, MI – April 26, 2021 – Artist Steve Sult (www.sultminecreative.com) announced today that his work from a number of his collections was chosen for a solo art exhibition at the Colfax Cultural Center, Seifert Art Gallery in South Bend, Indiana. Steve Sult is a popular artist who is known for his dynamic and colorful mixed digital design and illustration. The South Bend Heritage Foundation has selected Sult's work for a solo show in the spring of 2021.
Sult will display work from multiple collections; “Art for Public Space”; "Art for Kitchen; "Sports" was chosen to exhibit May 7, 2021, through to June 18, 2021.
Steve Sult lives and creates his art in Southwestern Michigan from his studio in Niles, Michigan. Steve opened his doors as Sult Mine Creative Group and built a practice gaining a national and international reputation as a creative director, art director, and illustrating designer, developing new product introduction – successfully contributing to over seventy established and emerging client organizations in diverse industries in the US, South America, South America, China, and Europe.
Today, Steve creates visual art as an extension of language and communication, blurring the boundary between traditional and commercial art through type and image via prints, notecards, apparel, and posters in public spaces.
Regarding this art show, Sult stated “I am very pleased and gratified to be chosen by the folks at South Bend Heritage Foundation/Colfax Cultural Center for this solo show. It is nice to be recognized locally with so many talented artists in the area, and also because it is where I live and work."
The Robert Seifert Gallery is located within the Colfax Cultural Center at 914 Lincolnway West South Bend, IN 46616. They are open Monday – Friday: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM Saturday – Sunday: Closed. Telephone: 574.289.1066
About Steve Sult
As a student, Steve was fascinated by woodcuts and fondly remembers endless hours trying to replicate the intricate Japanese style. His design heroes included the artists behind the WPA's poster campaign in the 1930s, because of their unusual color combinations.
Today, Steve has refined this style created early in his career. Technology has provided an easier and far cleaner way to create each image via a digital print. But it hasn’t changed the truth that, beyond its basic temporal content, a poster captures an event in time and makes it live forever.