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The Spoils

From the way-back: Sterling Hundley’s rendition of legendary blues musician Robert Johnson, known for taking liberties with married women, amongst other things. Poisoned whiskey at the hands of a jealous husband proved to be his fate.
Mar 6, 2012 / 42 notes

From the way-back: Sterling Hundley’s rendition of legendary blues musician Robert Johnson, known for taking liberties with married women, amongst other things. Poisoned whiskey at the hands of a jealous husband proved to be his fate.

Oct 31, 2011 / 23 notes

Premiere book release and signing in Richmond: Thursday, November 3rd. Private reception 5 to 7, open to the public 7 to 9 pm

Blue Collar/White Collar collects the art of award-winning illustrator and painter Sterling Hundley. This retrospective monograph is embellished with process while showcasing Hundley’s commercial work and fine-art career. Hundley employs materials from traditional (printmaking, oils, acrylics) to digital, in creating his idea-driven solutions. The result? Work that lies between a blue collar ethic and white collar aesthetic.

"Another Black Sunday 1.4", 2009, from Sterling Hundley
Sep 1, 2011 / 13 notes

"Another Black Sunday 1.4", 2009, from Sterling Hundley

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Sterling Hundley
Aug 11, 2011 / 262 notes