My works of Art are created from a very deep love for human beings and the human experience. Depth of beauty, harmony, spiritual richness, and energetic radiance are common elements throughout all of my work. By utilizing the language of Nature: light, shadow, depth, form, shape, proportion, color, and texture which allow us all to perceive the physical world, I am able to fix on canvas, paper, in stone or bronze timeless truths and wisdom pertaining to the ever present loving relationship between human and spirit. I use this language because everyone living in the natural world throughout all eras has familiarity and fluency with it. The works of Art are all composed to soothe the body, nourish the intellect, and uplift the spirit. Preparing my materials by hand ensures sound craftsmanship, enabling them to endure for centuries or millennia for future generations to benefit from. - Jonathan Sherman
Jonathan Sherman’s oil paintings, drawings, and sculptures are housed in private and corporate collections throughout Europe, Australia, and the United States. Most notably, seven of his works of Art are part of the private collection of Eijk and Rose-Marie van Otterloo, and recently he has been commissioned to create six bronze sculptures for the corporate collection of The Rebecca Maddox Group in Naples, Florida. A casting of his bronze sculpture of Leonardo da Vinci is to be installed at The Rebecca Maddox Group’s upcoming Wine Park in Naples, Florida.
In addition to completing over 30 commissions, Jonathan’s works of Art have been part of group exhibitions throughout the United States and abroad, including The Crane Estate in Ipswich, Massachusetts; The Edwards Art Gallery in Plymouth, New Hampshire; Lo Studio dei Pittori in Florence, Italy; and two solo exhibitions at Hand in Hand in Marblehead, Massachusetts and the Boxford Public Library in Boxford, Massachusetts. Jonathan has also been awarded several People’s Choice & Outstanding Work Awards through the Marblehead Festival of Arts and was the honored recipient of the Lee Smith Drawing Award.