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SPOTLIGHT SHADOWS ~ The Art of Sir Shadow ~ One Line Art ~ Complete 3 Card Promo Set ~ P1-P3

SPOTLIGHT SHADOWS
The Art of Sir Shadow

One Line Art

3 Card Promo Set ~ P1-P3

2.5′ x 3.5″
20pt heavy gloss stock.
Production Limited to 500
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P1 – Big Red
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P3 – Jade Drummer

Sir Shadow Drawing the Walls of the Whitehouse

Original Article

Thursday afternoon, we received a call out of the blue from one-line artist Sir Shadow. He’s currently working on an ambitious project at the curiously-named Whitehouse Hotel, where he resides and maintains the ground level gallery space. It had been a year since we last spent time with him, so it was a no-brainer to scope out the new undertaking.

If you’ve ever been inside the Whitehouse at 338 Bowery, then you know of its bland, transient nature. There are roughly fifty rooms on each floor, arranged like office cubicles with dank cots and low ceilings. No privacy. To spruce things up a bit, the owner of the hostel apparently decided to enlist his artist-in-residence to mark up some music scenes. Step one was painting rectangular black canvases in almost every room and on the hallway walls. Then Sir Shadow works his magic. Simple as that. There are reportedly 300 drawing spaces across three floors.

Carrying bottles of water and a handful of silver paint markers, we ascended three flights of stairs to the fourth floor. Sir Shadow was gracious enough to let us record while drawing three separate pieces. Each illustration was accompanied by philosophic oratory, poetry, and/or soulful humming. It’s a trip. One line; the pen is never lifted. At the end of the demonstration, he jokingly said that the limited edition wall is available for purchase at $1 million.

Speaking of merchandising, Sir Shadow is also looking to brand sheets, pillow cases, shower curtains, and table cloths. In the meantime, you can stop by his gallery at 338 Bowery to see (and purchase) more art. Totally worth it. Email him, Sirshadow2001@yahoo.com.

Original article;

Sir Shadow Drawing the Walls of the Whitehouse

KEY MOMENTS ~ Original Drawing – One Line Art – Black ink on white drawing paper

KEY MOMENTS

This is an original one line drawing. The image is created by one continuous line.
The pen never leaves the paper from the time the image begins until the drawing is completed.

Original Drawing

8.5″ x 11″
Unframed
Black ink on white drawing paper
SS-D-L001-2008-021
2006

Artwork comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.

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SIR SHADOW – ONE LINE DRAWING – SAXOPHONE SPECTACULAR – Silver Ink – (358) – Sax Player

SAXOPHONE SPECTACULAR

Original One Line Art Drawing

by

Sir Shadow

Each original drawing is created with one single line

Size of paper is 8″ x 10″

Drawing is presented and delivered in an UltraPro archival rigid photo toploader and then inserted into an UltraPro collector’s storage page, which fits perfectly into your favorite 3 ring binder.

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This is an original one line drawing, not a print.

The image is created by one continuous line.

The pen never leaves the paper from the time the image begins until the drawing is completed.

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SIR SHADOW VIDEO PRESENTATION

Sir Shadow is a unique twenty-first century artist whose style is both exciting and fascinating in its content. He is a line artist extraordinaire from New York, whose artwork receives praise from all parts of the world. His ability to create art through the manipulation of one line, creating shapes and forms that dance, sing and swing with the Jazz music that it depicts is sheer genius.