Artist Biographical Information
Oscar Steven Senn earned his BA from the Ringling School of Art in Sarasota, Florida. An editorial artist for the Miami Herald in 1977, Senn moved to Jacksonville in 1978 to become an editorial artist for the Florida Times Union. In 1989, Senn became a senior art director for the Gray Advertising Agency in Los Angeles. Returning to Jacksonville in 1993, he was a senior art director at William Cook Advertising. Senn is an author and illustrator of eight books of juvenile fiction including Loonie Louie Meets the Space Fungus (1991), and the Double Disappearance of Walter Fozbek (1980), which was produced as a thirty-minute animated film for Hanna Barbera/CBS Story Break in 1988. Exhibited nationally in solo and group shows, Senn’s work has been reviewed and reproduced in Artweek, Design Journal, and Art Forum Newsletter.
Date of Creation
Date of Acquisition
oil on canvas
41 1/2" x 31 1/2"
Mary Ann & Shep Bryan Collection