An Association of Still Life Painters
March 26–April 20, 2019
Gabriel Laderman, Still Life with Order and Chaos, oil/canvas, 28 x 36 inches, 1965
In any painter’s working life, the studio plays a central part, both reflecting and influencing the work produced within its walls. At some point, many an artist even turns the studio into the explicit subject matter of a painting, capturing its interior spaces and paraphernalia as illuminated by a very particular light. Such a work provides a unique insight into the artist’s working process.
For My Studio, the artists of Zeuxis have turned their eyes to their own studio spaces, affording intimate glimpses of the environments that nurture and influence their lives as painters.
Founded in 1994 in New York City, Zeuxis is an association of painters devoted to exploring the possibilities of the traditional genre of still life painting in the twentieth-first century.
Paula Swaydan Grebel
Philip R. Jackson
Richard La Presti
and guests: Leland Bell, John Bradford, Gabriel Laderman, and Susan Lichtman
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