Ian Shults

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<b>The Autumn of Indulgence</b>, 2017<br>Acrylic and charcoal on panel, 40x50 inches<br><i>sold</i>
The Autumn of Indulgence

<b>Study Hall</b>, 2017<br>acrylic on panel, 40x50 inches<br>$4600
Study Hall

<b>The Inquisitioners</b>, 2017<br>Acrylic and charcoal on panel, 36x36 inches<br>$3500
The Inquisitioners

<b>The White Hot Spotlight</b>, 2017<br>acrylic on panel, 40x50 inches<br>$4600
The White Hot Spotlight

<b>Other Peoples Love Letters</b>, 2017<br>Charcoal on paper, 22x30 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Other Peoples Love Letters

<b>Not the First Rodeo</b>, 2017<br>Charcoal on paper, 22x30 inches<br>$1800
Not the First Rodeo

<b>Power Games</b>, 2017<br>Acrylic on canvas, 60x42 inches<br>$5600
Power Games

<b>The Exhibition</b>, 2017<br>acrylic on panel, 48x48 inches<br>$5300
The Exhibition

<b>Cat Fancy II</b>, 2017<br>acrylic on panel, 36x36 inches<br>$3500
Cat Fancy II

<b>Locker Room</b>, 2017<br>Charcoal on paper, 22x30 inches<br>$1800
Locker Room

<b>We are Young</b>, 2017<br>Charcoal on paper, 22x30 inches<br>$1800
We are Young

<b>Wish You Weren't Here</b>, 2017<br>Acrylic and charcoal on panel, 40x50 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Wish You Weren't Here

<b>It's Only 4 in the Morning</b>, 2017<br>acrylic on panel, 40x50 inches<br>$4600
It's Only 4 in the Morning

<b>Knock Loud</b>, 2017<br>acrylic on panel, 24x18 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Knock Loud

<b>Message Not Received</b>, 2017<br>acrylic on panel, 18x24 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Message Not Received

<b>The Great Showdown</b>, 2012<br>Acrylic on canvas, 40x40 inches<br>$3500
The Great Showdown

<b>Alice's Troublesome Trip Abroad</b>, 2015<br>Acrylic and ink on canvas, 40x40 and 12x18 inches<br>$3950
Alice's Troublesome Trip Abroad

<b>Trish's Anxious Tuesday </b>, 2015<br>Acrylic and charcoal on canvas, 40x40 inches<br>$3500
Trish's Anxious Tuesday

<b>Long Division</b>, 2015<br>Acrylic and ink on canvas, 40x50 inches<br>$4200
Long Division

<b>Supper Club</b>, 2015<br>Acrylic and oil on canvas, 50x40 inches<br>$4200
Supper Club

<b>ten twenty-one p.m.</b>, 2013<br>Acrylic on canvas, 40x60 inches<br>$4500
ten twenty-one p.m.

<b>Two Ten A.M.</b>, 2013<br>Acrylic on canvas, 40x60 inches<br>$4500
Two Ten A.M.

<b>The Weekend Warriors</b>, 2015<br>Acrylic on canvas, 40x50 inches<br>$4200
The Weekend Warriors

<b>Untitled as of yet</b>, 2015<br>Acrylic on canvas, 40x40 inches<br><i>sold</i>
Untitled as of yet

<b>twelve twenty-seven a.m.</b>, 2013<br>Acrylic on canvas, 40x40 inches<br>$3200
twelve twenty-seven a.m.

<b>Alone in the Crowd</b>, 2013<br>Acrylic on canvas, 30x40 inches<br>$2400
Alone in the Crowd

<b>Trouble</b>, 2015<br>Acrylic on canvas, 40x50 and 18x14 inches<br>$4700
Trouble

<b>The Thin Veil of Stuffy Self Importance</b>, 2015<br>Acrylic on canvas, 50x40 inches<br><i>sold</i>
The Thin Veil of Stuffy Self Importance

<b>Shake a leg, cut a rug, tear it up</b>, 2015<br>Acrylic on canvas, 40x40 inches<br>$3500
Shake a leg, cut a rug, tear it up

<b>Untitled Portrait</b>, 2015<br>Acrylic on canvas, 16x14 inches<br>$950
Untitled Portrait

<b>Tumble with me</b>, 2011<br>Oil and acrylic on canvas, 40x60 inches<br>$3800
Tumble with me

<b>False Sense of Control II</b>, 2015<br>Acrylic on canvas, 18x16 inches<br>$1200
False Sense of Control II

<b>Negative Pleasure</b>, 2012<br>Acrylic on canvas, 45x60 inches<br>$4300
Negative Pleasure

<b>The Catbird Seat</b>, 2010<br>Acrylic on board, 40x60 inches<br>$3000
The Catbird Seat

<b>Greek Chorus</b><br>Acrylic and spray paint on canvas, 60x40 inches<br>$4500
Greek Chorus

Take a virtual tour of Shults' 2015 show at Wally Workman Gallery here.

Read the review of Shults' 2015 show in American Art Collector here.

Read The Austin Chronicle Cover Story here.

Ian Shults was chosen as #35 on the Oxford American's Top 100 Southern Artists in 2012.

"Finish this sentence, sure, but then put the goddam paper down or step away from the screen and haul your ass up West Sixth to see this first show by local painter Ian Shults. That's the best advice we can give a fellow citizen right now, as the Workman Gallery decks its walls with the deconstructed vintage reprobates and swingers, all mid-century seersucker and clandestine hanky-panky, rendered in stunning acrylics by this hotshot with a brush and a brain."

-The Austin Chronicle, July 9, 2010

Ian Shults' paintings forge fine art and the profane to tell sordid tales of debauchery with a sly sense of humor. His paintings recall a bygone era when the sheen of the American Dream dulled, and subversive behavior of illicit drugs and kinky benders were swept under the rug. Ian spent eight years as the Lead Illustrator and Head Sculptor at Blue Genie Art, where his ideas and vision accounted for much of the look of the various sculptures and illustrations produced at the shop.

web site: www.ianshults.com

Ian Shults