Shea Hembrey (born 1974 in Hickory Grove , Arkansas ) is an American conceptual artist. He RECEIVED national attention   in 2011 with the release of “SEEK” , a Biennial of art showcasing the work of 100 artists-all of Whom have invented and created the artwork for himself. Before ends ring the art world, he worked as a licensed breeder or migratory waterfowl with the US Department of the Interior.  He’ll be spent a year Studying Maori art in New Zealand and, in 2007, he RECEIVED Master of Fine Arts from Cornell University . He is an advocate for artwork therein marries intellectual rigor, technical Mastery, and heart and soul. 
He is represented by Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery in New York and at the Wylie literary agency.
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