Seth B. Minkin: His Work

We listed a brief introduction to Seth on our site awhile back and now that our first piece is almost complete I thought we should do a more in depth look at his work.   He and Jeffrey have started collaborating and we will be able to share some photographs of the first watch soon.  Check back in a few days and read more about Seth’s experience in this project…

Seth Minkin,


I have always considered myself an artist, however, my path to success has been anything but typical. After completing my formal art education, I veered off the traditional path into the art world and, instead, have built up a cult following by learning from some of the brightest minds in the business world. Through these affiliations, I have garnered national attention for my paintings from the likes of CBS Sunday Morning, the Pentagon and several magazine publications including Entrepreneur and Fortune. In spite of the fact that I have been unrepresented throughout my career, my work has continued to increase in popularity and my paintings have become important components in the collections of many astute and prominent art lovers and organizations.

My work is as much about the act of painting itself as it is about the subjects I embrace. While my technique has become more refined over the years, my approach has always been the same; I look for what is special in everyday objects, people, animals, etc., and build on that, exaggerating and accentuating features that appeal to me with an almost baroque sensibility. My art is a celebration of the subjects I choose to work with and the process of creating each new painting.

Over the span of my career, I have sold hundreds of my pieces to clients in Boston, Miami, Belgium, London, France, Chicago, San Francisco, New York, Washington DC and Los Angeles.


B.S. Art; Skidmore College, 1993 M.F.A.; Tufts University, 1996

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