"Since my arrival at Los Angeles, my work has become much more fanciful and whimsical," Boyce said. "I have taken the mermaid motif that I picked up first in the nautical lore of my hometown Cape Cod and have rode with it quite far to expand the mythology to Martians, unicorns, sea monsters, Godzilla, all kinds of pop surrealistic subjects."
|"Dream at Point Dume" by Sean Boyce|
|"Duxter Skates Venice" by Sean Boyce|
"I started drawing at age five, my dad and mom taught me how," Boyce said. "I read h.w. Hanson's history of art when I was young and became obsessed with Michalangelo's Statue of David. I then got into Spiderman and was obsessed with comic books. My mom took me to two comic book conventions in New York City when I was seven and eight years old. I have been avidly studying artists, filmmakers and musicians my whole life. I am self taught, but an artist can never avoid being taught something by his peers through the course of his travels."
|"The Kiss" by Sean Boyce|
|"Lucky Surfing" by Sean Boyce|
To connect with Boyce or to purchase his paintings or prints, you can find him on Facebook or Instagram.
|"Darth" by Sean Boyce|