Sage Vaughn

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Organic, ethereal, and melancholic are the paintings and illustrations of Sage Vaughn. Most known for his depictions of various wildlife, commonly birds and butterflies, in the foreground of cloudy urban vistas, Vaughn’s work contrasts the realms of the man-made and that of the untamed, focusing compositions on moments that transcend both. His work explores the wildness of humanity as well as the civilized aspects of nature with life and vitality. His dream-like abstractions also touch on childhood nostalgia and the delicate balance between man, animal, and innocence.

Vaughn has shown his work throughout the U.S. and internationally, most notably with an exhibition at the Los Angeles MOCA.

Gallery Exhibitions

LA Intersections | May 6 – July 31, 2017

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