Oil Paintings of Sporting Victories & Heroes

Sean Simons is a creative expert. He loves to create, design, illustrate and direct.  Sean Simons is a world class artist specialising in sport art. He merges two of life’s greatest passions – SPORT and ART with such emotion and raw talent. Every oil he paints resonates with the exact emotions that his clients speak passionately about prior to the oils embracing the canvas. During his creative life he has worked in Durban and Gauteng on numerous blue chip accounts, through prominent Public Relations agencies and directly. These include; BHP Billiton, Old Mutual, Ampros, Standard Bank, Aveng Group, Tourvest and Unilever amongst others.

Sean Simons sport art demonstrates an interest in the narrative and the passage of time. He captures the sporting moment that, although fleeting within the game, lasts a life time on canvas.  He loves to explore sporting motion and the nuances of star personalities with the visceral qualities of oil and acrylics. Layering the medium then scraping it off, a deconstruction and construction. Sean Simons gives every painting autonomy and a life and soul of its own. This reflection speaks to the observer of a victory or champion that will remain forever.

If you love sport and wish to capture a moment or personality for lifetimes to come – you need to own a Sean Simons Original.
Price Range: $1500 to $12 000
Contact Jackie Psannis (Sean Simons sport art representative) on 082 874 5985 or [email protected]

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