Dear visitor,

Discover the artistic journey of Steven De Saeger (artist name Sedas) via a selection of art series in which works are grouped according to areas of interest and / or techniques used.

We are interested in technology, but also in nature and portraiture and like to use a variety of materials for this.

In the galleries you will find a selection of traditional oil paintings, charcoal drawings, sketches, digital paintings, illustrations & Crypto art (NFT).

I wish you a pleasant voyage of discovery through my world.

Kind Regards,

Steven

NFT - New Collection - "Mars 2 Infinity - Visions"



Discover our new unique art series - 'March To Infinity' - regarding humanities quest into transhumanism.

The story unfolds:

"The March to Infinity had departed. Will Humanity make the right choices ? Through modifications of our bodies we try to attain the status of gods and embrace eternal life. What will this journey bring us? Eternal happiness for all of us or just for the lucky few?"



 

The Visions sub series captures the journey of humanity towards its ultimate goal through desolate landscapes trying to find the holy stone of forbidden wisdom. The holy stones of forbidden wisdom contain the long seeked knowledge for humankind to transcend into god status. Many are looking for them .. phew succeed.

Original created art by - Sedas - drawings using charcoal, pencils and acrylics. Digitized (and possibly reworked) for online eternity.

 

Recent New Work

They hurried to leave the dark web in search for a brighter future

Waves - Out The Dark Web I

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Recent Ilustrations

They bring us Civilization

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Latest Blog Entry

Launching my first Crypto Art Collection on OpenSea

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Interested in an original Sedas Crypto Art ?  Discover our collectable NFT at OpenSeas

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A range of articles, printed with an original artwork by Sedas

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  The purpose of art is not to represent the appearance of things, but the inner thing ... that is real reality.