Kevin Sudeith has been carving his art into granite rocks during the Summer since his first brief escape from New York City in 2010. His depictions of local communities’ motifs and space imagery in his petroglyphs have been called “impressive” by the Wall Street Journal, “graffiti” by angry readers in the comment section of The New York Times, and an exercise in the “most archival artistic medium available to humankind” by Discover Magazine. He earned his B.F.A. from the San Francisco Art Institute, and his M.F.A. from the School of Visual Arts. His work depicts imagery of ephemeral human adventure and expedition chiseled into solid rock, lending his subject matter a level of artistic and literal permanence. Sudeith uses a unique printmaking process that captures the image and space of the carving, allowing him to document his work. He has also become an expert in Afghan war rugs, created his own website for their sale(warrugs.com), and appeared in Forbes, NPR, and The Atlantic. He lives in Brooklyn.