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Autumn Country Fields with a Purple

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Country Fields with a Pink and Yellow

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Country Autumn Fields with Last of Green

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Country Fields with a Pink

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Country Fields with First Hint of Spring

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Country Fields with First Hint of Spring

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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First of Autumn Country Fields

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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November Country Landscape

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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September Country Fields with a Green and Others

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Summer Fields with a Black

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Summer Fields with a Red

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Winter Country Fields with a White

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Autumn Country Fields with a Yellow

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Country Fields with a Touch of Snow

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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January Country Fields

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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March Country Fields with Yellow and Green

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Spring Country Fields with a Green

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Spring Country Fields with a Pink

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Summer Country Fields with a White

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Country Fields with a Barn Red

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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February Country Fields with a White

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Spring Country Fields with a Yellow

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Winter Country Fields with a Yellow

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Description: A highly respected New York artist who has been in numerous national and international exhibitions, Joyce Weinstein creates dynamic works in which abstraction obscures hints of the natural world. Nature is most apparent in her use of light, which she creates using a combination of techniques: washes, impasto, and contrasts of texture and hue. Weinstein uncovers dynamic balances among these opposites, so that her work achieves a fine equilibrium of both spontaneity and control. Karen Wilkin states in the Partisan Review, ÒWeinstein is capable of marvelous, zany passages: scribbles, spots and scratches of color that melt into the ground and then pull loose. These explosive passages look spontaneousÉas though everything simply found its proper place without effort.Ó As Weinstein says these works are characterized by a Òcomplicated simplicityÓ intensified though tension and liquidity, refinement and muscularity, and moody hues and fiery colors. Joyce Weinstein was born in New York City in 1931, and she studied at both the City College of New York and the Arts Students League. At the Arts Students League, she met Stanley Boxer, whom she would later marry. Her first solo exhibition was at the Perdalma Gallery, New York in 1953 and she would go on to have a series of solo exhibitions at the gallery throughout the 1950s. Weinstein has exhibited nationally and internationally in solo exhibitions in Houston, Chicago, Minneapolis, Naples, Florida, Canada, and Germany. Her work has been included in a number of exhibitions at institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, Steinhardt Conservatory; New York Cultural Center Museum; Pace University Art Gallery, New York; Queens College, New York; the Queens Museum, New York; the Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York; the Cork Gallery, Lincoln Center, New York; Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro; the Kresge Art Center, East Lansing, Michigan; the Edmonton Art Museum, Canada; the Centro de Creacio Contemporia, Barcelona; the Cologne Art Fair, Germany, among others. WeinsteinÕs work is represented in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Philadelphia; the Queens Museum, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada; the Centre de Creacio Contemporaria Museum, Barcelona; among many others.

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Pressure Intent

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Turn of Color

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Brownie

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Blue Constant

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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The Distance

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Black Bottom

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Freehand

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Ions

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Sounds Part Two

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Little Wing

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Silver

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Teal World

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Angel Gate

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Discovers

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Greenscape

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Ice Blue

Ships From: New York, NY US

Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Pronto

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Remembers

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Target: Broadway

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Thunderstrings

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Wist

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Green Space

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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The Swimmer

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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The Blue Life

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Description: An abstract painter who has been an active member of the New York art scene since the early 1980s, James Walsh follows in the modernist tradition of Pollock in using art to reveal its own properties. Paint is the medium he relentlessly explores, seeking its limits and what it can express. The results of his inquiry are spectacularly wide ranging. Experimenting with innovative acrylic formulas, he uses paint in entirely new ways. In his paintings, large masses of pigment project outward from the surface of the canvas, creating unusual shape formations in high relief. In some, the paint is sculptural and three-dimensional, while in others, it rises from richly treated surfaces in the Color Field mode, as if allowed to buckle of its own accord or lift upward at the edges of giant brushstrokes. Although Walsh makes these compositional choices, the spontaneous appearance gives his paintings a feeling of the accidental, revealing that the paint has its own presence. Born in Newark, New Jersey, James Walsh received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from Rutgers University and his Masters of Fine Art from Syracuse University. Walsh has had numerous individual and group shows and is represented in numerous museum collections including the Edmonton Art Gallery, Alberta, Canada; the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, New York; the Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada; and the Portland Art Museum, Oregon.

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Untitled (Morning Light at Northwest Harbor, East Hampton)

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Description: Susan Vecsey was born in New Jersey and currently lives and works in both New York City and East Hampton, New York. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from Barnard College, Columbia University, New York and her Masters of Fine Art from the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture, studying under Graham Nickson. A painter interested in creating lyrical and poetic themes, Susan Vecsey uses iconic imagery derived from nature. In a recent review in Hamptons Art Hub Gabrielle Selz writes, ÒInspired by painters like Paul CŽzanne, Henri Matisse, Mark Rothko, Milton Avery and Helen FrankenthalerÑall of whom explored the variance of tonality on limited compositional formatsÑVecsey creates work that is filled with ideas about arrangement, lyrical color, perspective, repetition and surface.Ó References to representational imagery are a starting point, a vehicle to convey a certain emotion and to explore color, form, and shape. Vecsey states, ÒThere is a great pleasure in the whole process of creating from the anticipation, the processing to the realization.Ó VecseyÕs oil stained linen and paper works carry on the color field and minimalist traditions in a contemporary context. She begins with charcoal studies in which she draws her perceptive ideas on paper and then creates elaborate color studies. Afterwards Vecsey thins oil paint and pours it directly on to primed linen or paper allowing it to flow naturally with some guidance from the artist. Vecsey says, ÒWith poured paint, timing is everything, and it is important to be decisive with it and also ready to accept or reject the unexpected.Ó Susan Vecsey recently has been focused on creating more dramatic abstract compositions, using bolder geometric shapes, while keeping her quintessential soft edges and areas of raw linen exposed. Many of these new works are large-scale. In reference to VecseyÕs 2014 solo show at Berry Campbell, Franklin Einspruch declares, Òthis is virtuoso painting.Ó Susan VecseyÕs work was in Guild HallÕs 2014 Selections from the Permanent Collection curated by Christina Strassfield, alongside Balcomb Greene, Chuck Close, Eric Fischl, April Gornik, and Mary Heilmann. Mabley Handler Design, Bridgehampton featured VecseyÕs work in the 2014 Hamptons Holiday House. In recent years, the distinguished design dealers, Lee Jofa and Brunschwig & Fils, have used several of her paintings in advertising campaigns. Susan VecseyÕs paintings are widely held in public and private collections around the world.

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