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Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides

Shaun Berke

Shaun Berke

“Shaun Berke is delirious. An all-time old-time pleasure-monger. Slower; look too fast and you'll miss it.

He started by getting born about 28 or 9 years ago in Larrabee County, a mythical small town above the San Fernando valley. A long time later, he went to art school at Art Center College of Design, following which he was apprenticed to a mentor in the traditional manner. Now he runs a painting workshop for his alma mater, then goes home to paint some more in his north-light-lit cave in Pasadena. Along the way he joined The Getty Research Institute, lectured at Moorpark College, acted as teaching assistant to his mentor in Venice (the one in Italy), and was given awards by the Westlake Village Art Guild, Thousand Oaks Art Association, Society of Illustrators, American Illustration, and Alyce De Roulet Williamson.

His hobbies are working as a janitor and building shrines to gods I can't remember anymore.”

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