The VMA team recently welcomed Dan Stewart as one of our new Senior Project Managers.

Raised in Northern San Diego- Dan has also called Los Angeles, Irvine, Charlotte, and St. Louis home! He has been practicing Architecture in 3 states for the last 37 years- and we are lucky to have him back in the west coast. To Dan, "architecture is not static but possesses positive didactic experience which should illuminate and inspire".

He enjoys all forms of art & when he isn't hard at work in the office he is drawing, sketching and painting beautiful works of art. Below are some progression sketches he shared-enjoy!

Sketch of the roman building capital Devious Augustus. Also called the Temple of Caesar or Temple of Divus Iulius. Many of the temples and ‘religious’ structures of the Augustan age were Corinthian, such as the temple of Mars and Ultor. The sketch was intended to show the fusion of Greek ideology and influence in so much of roman architecture. I have always been interested in the early Roman culture and their influence by the Greeks, particularly the early Greek philosophers Plato and Socrates and statesman like Cicero and Roman historians Titus Livius, Sallust and Tacitus which provide a well-developed understanding of Roman architecture.

Sketch of the roman building capital Devious Augustus. Also called the Temple of Caesar or Temple of Divus Iulius. Many of the temples and ‘religious’ structures of the Augustan age were Corinthian, such as the temple of Mars and Ultor. The sketch was intended to show the fusion of Greek ideology and influence in so much of roman architecture. I have always been interested in the early Roman culture and their influence by the Greeks, particularly the early Greek philosophers Plato and Socrates and statesman like Cicero and Roman historians Titus Livius, Sallust and Tacitus which provide a well-developed understanding of Roman architecture.

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