Jon-Phillip Sheridan

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Born in 1977, Jon-Phillip Sheridan received his BFA in photography from the Maryland Institute College of Art and his MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2011. Sheridan has had solo exhibitions at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Reynolds Gallery, Richmond, VA, and Heiner Contemporary, Washington, DC. Sheridan was recently honored by Oxford American as an emerging “Superstar” Southern artist. He has been featured in many group exhibitions including Photography Now, which was curated by Natasha Egan, Look 3’s Shots and currently has work in the U.S. State Department’s Art in Embassies program. His work is included in the collections of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Markel Corporation, Capital One and the Federal Reserve Bank. Sheridan lives in Richmond, VA where he works and is the Administrative Director and Assistant Professor at VCU School of Arts Department of Photography and Film.
 

Jon-Phillip Sheridan, Residual #31, Summer
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Residual #31, Summer

Crozet, Virginia, 2005

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