Since 1970, Richard Sewell has been an active participant in the Canadian cultural landscape as an exhibiting artist, artist collaborator (in dance, music, and performance), printer, publisher, arts administrator, and as a broad-based educator having taught at the Ontario College of Art and Design University, the Alberta College of Art and Design, the University of Saskatchewan, and at Sheridan College in- the Art and Art History Program, a joint program with UTM, the Crafts and Design Program, and the Arts Fundamental Program. In 1970, Sewell co-founded Open Studio, a Toronto artist-run printmaking facility.  In 1982, Mr. Sewell joined the Art and Art History Program and worked with a generation of students in the areas of printmaking, drawing, painting, sculpture, and performance, teaching at all levels. Sewell lives in Grand Bend, Ontario, where he pursues his visual investigations, maintains a wall comprised of local flora and fauna, and continues to appear as a colourful photograph on a Sheridan wall of Professor Emeritus at the College.

Untitled , 1990
Relief on plastic mesh and Transilmatte