James Sebor
"We reduce art to its simplest expression, which is love"  Andre Breton

Like so many of us, James Sebor grew up with a third parent - television. Television is, by its very nature, a surreal world. And to the fertile mind of a naturally creative child, unfettered by adult perceptions, it's a world of limitless possibilities. Aside from early TV exposure to artists like Max Fletcher and Chuck Jones, James has been influenced by artists such as Hieronymus Bosch, Rene’ Magritte, Thomas Hart Benton and others. He studied at New York's School of Visual Arts and then on a full scholarship he obtained a BA from Southampton College. 


" His grasp of subconscious story telling and intuitive play provokes as well as rewards the mind of the viewer."
Published in 
Spreadophilia.