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Length: 27.00 in (68.58 cm)
Height: 18.00 in (45.72 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: no
Dominant colors
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Media Types
Canvas Giclee
Style & Subject
Animation Youth
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Stephen Reis

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Verdict First, Sentence Afterwards

Stephen Reis

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"The Verdict First, Sentence Afterwards" by Stephen Reis
Enhanced Canvas Giclee
Signed and Numbered
Edition Size 395
Certificate of Authenticity

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Stephen Reis is a California native born in Los Angeles in 1974. He has spent the majority of his life immersed in all types of art. These types include studying film production at Loyola Marymount College in CA to fine art in Florence, Itlay. Although, some may say his real claim to fame is his role as an animator for the Simpsons, where he has worked for the past six years. With Trevor Carlton, Stephen has brought proportion, perspective and all the traditional aspects that come with his experience as a sought after animator. When asked why they do this they respond in unison, we want to tell a thirty minute story. The artists use the time constraint of the performances to their advantage and they let the audience dictate the outcome of the painting. In the beginning of the show, Carlton and Reis have only decided on a character, they let inspiration and emotion be drawn only by the audiences reactions. They truly bring out the best in each other, which makes this high-energy performance an art experience that should absolutely not be missed.


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NoThis art piece does not come with a framing credit.
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Stephen Reis was born in Los Angeles, California in 1974 and raised in nearby Santa Barbara. The Artist within emerged around age three, and as a young child he would spend countless hours drawing the worlds conjured up in his imagination. Regular family outings to the movies, along with a healthy addiction to late-night monster and horror films, instilled the love of cinema in Stephen, and in 1992 he enrolled in the film program at Loyola Marymont University. He would graduate four years later with a Bachelor's of Arts degree, but not before a life-changing experience. In 1994, he studied drawing and photography at Studio Arts Center International in Florence, Italy. Being immersed in Italian culture and surrounded by some of the finest art to be created by man proved to be a defining time for both the artist and the young man. Upon graduating from college, Stephen had turned his attention to animation, which in many ways combined his loves of drawing and cinema. In late 1996, he joined the animation crew for Fox's long-standing hit series "The Simpsons". The work environment on the show provided him with a second education as well as a paycheck, as he learned more about drawing and storytelling than ever before. Six years later, Stephen is now an Assistant Director on "The Simpsons". He has also returned to Loyola Marymont as an instructor, teaching animation and film for the last four years.

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