Tom Sewell is a multi-media artist, designer, photographer, filmmaker, sculptor. He was presented “The Annual Award of Excellence” by the United Nations Society of Artists and Writers for his “Enigma of the Mill” and for his contribution to the Anti War/Peace Movement. His photography has been featured in the New York Times, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition, Los Angeles Times, and the Wall Street Journal.
Tom Sewell was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota where he first worked as a display man for Dayton’s Department Store and was mentored by Joseph Wright. He later assisted Carl Wienhart, the director of the Minneapolis Institute of Art. He created the avant garde Bottega Gallery on Hennepin Avenue where he met his mentors Marcel Duchamp and Basil Langton.