Sean Steed: Horizons

Light pink and dark pink background with a small abstract green shape.
Horizon_1–11 (2017), acrylic paint and spray paint on primed canvas.
Purple and yellow background with black and pink abstract shapes.
Horizon_2–15 (2017), acrylic paint and spray paint on primed canvas.
Blue and light pink background with black, yellow, and mauve abstract shapes in the middle.
Horizons_3–14 (2017), acrylic paint and spray paint on primed canvas.
Horizon_1–11 (2017), acrylic paint and spray paint on primed canvas. Horizon_2–15 (2017), acrylic paint and spray paint on primed canvas. Horizons_3–14 (2017), acrylic paint and spray paint on primed canvas.

"Who are the people arriving on Europe's southern shores, where are they coming from, and why? How can Europe best help them — to both alleviate the suffering that drives them further from their homes and to address its root causes?

4,863,684 refugees were registered in January 2017. Based on U.N. estimates, there is a total of 6,130,000–6, 320,000 refugees. These people have identities and must be accepted. 

This independent art studio is dedicated to the people risking their lives traveling across the Mediterranean, and hopes to raise awareness about the migrations and also promote the free movement and acceptance of people across the world."

~Sean Steed

Horizons is an exhibition featuring new work by Sean Steed (B. Arch. '18), who is minoring in fine arts with a focus in printmaking and graphic design.

Related Links
Sean Steed's Website