Matt Sellars

Matt Sellars, Experiential Valuator II, 2019, oak, aging compound and enamel, 14 x 32 x 40 inches, $1800.

Containment of Light

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Matt Sellars, Coalesce (installation detail). 2018, fir , 55 x 37 x 38 inches on wooden base 13 x 37 x 37 inches

Parallax

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Matt Sellars, Turning the Sun’s Light to Glass, 2009, poplar, acrylic, 50 x 11 x 11 inches, price on request

Selected Works

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Biographical Information

(American, b. 1970) Matt Sellars was born in Boise, Idaho in 1970. Raised in Idaho and then moving to Washington state in 1982, Sellars was influenced by the intersection of geography and human endeavor of these areas. In 1988, Sellars moved to Seattle, Washington to attend Cornish College of the Arts, where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts focused on sculpture. Sellars has shown extensively in Washington as well as Idaho, Montana and Oregon.

In 2017 Sellars, as part of the artist/architect collaborative team Kraft Duntz (David Lipe, Matt Sellars, and Dan Webb), along with artist Dawn Cerny exhibited a commissioned interactive installation at the Henry Art Gallery. In the spring of 2020, Sellars created an installation (Ruta Alternativa) for the exhibit Free Play at the Sun Valley Museum or Art. Sculptures by Matt Sellars are held in collections of the Microsoft Art Collection and the Washington State Arts Consortium as well as numerous private collections.