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Fletcher Crossman Wall Art

British artist Fletcher Crossman is now based in New York. In the 1990s, he worked as an artist and illustrator in London, UK. He became a fellow of the Fulbright Program in the United States, where he served for one year after which he was sponsored by the British Council to represent the UK at the 2002 New York ArtExpo. Crossman decided to move permanently to the United States in 2003 and in 2007, he became the invitational artist for Spoleto Festival USA. This exhibition featured large-scale political and figurative pieces. Subsequently, Crossman's work was exhibited at the Katzen Arts Center at the American University in Washington, DC, the Tallahassee International, and the University of South Carolina. In 2005, Crossman was granted awards by the Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation and the George Sugarman Foundation. And three years later, he was commissioned by the Circular Congregational Church in Charleston SC to paint a 15-foot high installation at the church.

The painting featured a female crucifixion, and its unveiling coincided with a symposium on women’s role in world religions dabbed "She Shall Be Called Woman." Following a successful exhibition where Iraq War was examined from a European perspective, two op-eds from Crossman were commissioned by the New York Times in 2003. In 2009, he exhibited State of Shock, a piece in which he examined violence in American public life. Due to its depiction of real-life political figures, this piece became the subject of many stories in the local media and when it opened in Charleston, SC, it was met with organized protests. Following his 2009 exhibit, he was voted Artist of the Year in Charleston’s City Paper.

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