Born in 1933 in Chicago, Illinois, Jerry Sheerin is a registered architect in California who received a B.Architecture from the University of Illinois, (1951-1960) after serving in Japan during the Korean War, when he met Kenzo Tange and later worked with him in 1965. In 1969 he abandoned architecture to live in Madrid, Spain as a protest to the Vietnam War, in 1965, having designed the master plan for the Cam Ranh Bay Airbase there. In 1954 he studied watercolor with Edward Betts, Louise Woodruff and briefly with Richard Diebenkorn at the University of Illinois, and later with Guenichiro Inokuma in Tokyo. In Madrid he was influenced by Manolo Mompo and Jose Guerrero.
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