Weinberger Fine Art presents the group exhibition, STILL LIFE | WINTER COLLECTIVE, will feature contemporary works exploring the still life genre. This genre allows artists to showcase technique infused with underlying concepts and commentary. The exhibition will include two and three dimensional art forms such as painting, photography, and ceramics in a range of styles from photorealism, to expressionism, and formalism.
STILL LIFE | WINTER COLLECTIVE will be on view from November 2nd through January 6th.
Artists included in exhibition are Aaron Morgan-Brown, Dean Kube, Misty Gamble, Tom Gregg, Linda Lighton, Richard Mattsson, and Kevin Morris.
Richard Mattsson began painting and drawing from direct observation in the early 80s after twenty five years of working more or less abstractly and primarily from imagination. Initially, Mattsson’s choice of subject matter was intuitive. He began to paint what he saw before him with no predetermined attitude toward the outcome other than it had to feel right. Painting, listening, dancing, and gardening are all exciting influences in that they all require that he surrenders to the forces of life that play in the moment.