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September 27, 2018
Artist and 2012 grad doesn't mind starting over if it gets him where he wants to be.
You might’ve heard about Matthew Sweeney on the news. In 2015, his home caught fire. Sweeney and his wife, Christa, were saved by their dog. All their possessions, including every piece of art, were lost.
Flash forward to 2018, and Sweeney, who graduated from CIA’s illustration program in 2012, is having a very good year. He supports Christa and their two young sons as a full-time freelance illustrator and a gallery artist. His client list includes American Greetings, Kalman & Pabst Photo Group, and chef Jonathan Sawyer. He has had two exhibitions of his series of large...continue reading
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