Sheridan grew up with a innate love of drawing and
painting; his mother was an accomplished amateur
painter and her two sisters were both painting instructors.
As a young boy, he enjoyed studying the work of the
masters, saving his allowance to buy art books.
his artistic interests he attended Pratt Institute,
earning a BFA with honors. After working for several
years as a graphic designer, he opened his own design
studio. During his 25 years in that business, his
work for national
and international corporations as well as not-for-profit organizations won over 35
awards for excellence from the country's most prestigious design
love of art resulted in a passion for collecting,
first of Japanese prints and later American and
European graphics—the immediacy of the print
mediums appealing to his appreciation of fine design, technical precision, and expressive diversity. His enjoyment of collecting
led him to retire from the design business and devote
himself fulltime to the buying and selling of fine art. A private
dealer specializing in the first half of the 20th
century, he is dedicated to offering works of exceptional
quality, artistic merit, and historical significance.