Communication is ubiquitous and diverse. Through my painting, I am able to creatively express my love for humanity and the lack of personal conversation in the 21st century. My inspiration is the written and verbal information within the world. Whether it be the literature I read, the media I view, the individuals I encounter, or the stories I am so graciously told, each work of art is a direct representation of the conversations I witness.

In the era of postmodernism, when the definition of all words is to be questioned, my paintings are an abstracted conceptual response to the jumbled thoughts I am discussing in my mind. Due to the fear that social discourse will bring about the ill will of neighbors, I conduct a dialectic discourse with myself. Based on experiential and cultural education I am able to come to an eclectic conclusion.

Rather than create a distinguishable image of an object or scene, I convey conversation through the combination of abstract expressional typography. In juxtaposing a stream of consciousness narrative, with the graffito aesthetic of bold color schemes, I allow myself to freely exhibit these ideas in my mind, helping me make sense of the day's everyday "truths" that may come into question.

- Caleb Sarvis 2020. 




BA, Studio Art 

Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC 


BA, Graphic Design 

Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC 

Solo Exhibitions


Orange Olive Hair Gallery 

Charlotte, NC



The Yards Collective 

Rochester, NY 

Group Exhibitions


Serving the People

What Will We Tell Next Year


The Pirate Shack 

Salon De Shack

North Myrtle Beach, SC


311 Gallery

Your Place at the Table

Raleigh, NC

Serving the People

Fashion Week


Rebecca Randall Bryan Gallery 

Quarantine Creatives 


Serving the People 

Yard Sale 



Effusion Gallery

Key West, FL


Memorial Art Gallery 

Rochester, NY