Art Brokerage: Eugene Jardin German Artist: b. 1947. He was born in Germany in 1947. Shortly afterwards, his family moved to South Africa, where as a young man, he studied at the Michalis School of Art at the University of Capetown. He continued his education throughout the 1980's while living in London, New York, and Los Angeles. He last lived in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Establishing a strong following in the California and New Mexico art scenes, Jardin's work explored numerous themes, including the man-beast interface. Working primarily in fiberglass and resin, his works were often brightly painted, aggressive and mystical. Jardin has been collected by museums, major corporations, and numerous private collections including David Hockney, Jane Seymour, Johnny Carson, Pia Zadora, Jodie Foster, Wolfgang Puck, and director, John Schlesinger. Eugene Jardin died of AIDS in the American Hospital in Paris in 1992 at the age of 44. Listings wanted.