Sage Gallon is a painter, photographer and spoken word artist from New York, living and working in Los Angeles who will be sharing his incredible story of living on the streets to achieving recovery and his incredible success today. Born in Long Island, Sage started drawing before he could write and acting before he could spell. His art emulates from his unique ability to see beauty in everything. Sage is a leading artist of today’s generation. His art can be found in a myriad of public and private art collections from Los Angeles to New York and has been seen in numerous exhibitions in the United States. His work has received accolades from Mattie Lawrence, Terez Thorpe and her wife Monifah, Jason Olive, Glass The Tramp, Asap Rocky and Shawn Antonio to name a few. Sage was named as one of the 40 Black Artists to watch in 2014 by NBC’s The Grio. Sage has appeared on Huffington Post surrounding his Crack(s) series that is a heartbreaking honest depiction of one man’s addiction and his humanity. SageGallon’s recent exhibitions includes: Wallplay Gallery New York, Vapegoat Gallery Los Angeles, NWO Gallery Los Angeles, Xen Lounge Los Angeles, W Hotel Los Angeles, Memphis University Exhibit Memphis, Dysonna City Art Gallery Los Angeles, and Pico House Los Angeles. In 2002 Sage self-published a book of poetry titled ‘Naked Under My Clothes’, over 2,000 copies were sold independently. The book received inspiring reviews making it inevitable that Sage recorded a CD based off the book also titled Naked Under My Clothes. Sage is currently working to match the demand of his audience and is developing a One-Man Stage performance scheduled for release in 2016.