FEBRUARY 24 – APRIL 1, 2019
Raw and expressionistic, Sterling Witt’s large paintings capture a viewer’s attention from across the room. Witt’s natural sense of design and composition are innate, and it is instinct alone that guides his brush. Although largely self-taught, Witt’s work seems to riff on Surrealism, Abstract-Expressionism, and Process art. In his latest series, presented here, Witt has added the element of chance as he utilizes firearms to explode cans of paint marking and marring the surface of the canvas.
Exhibition Opening is Saturday, March 2nd, 2019. 6:00 -9:30 pm
Please join us at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art in the Esson Gallery for Sterling Witt’s solo museum exhibition of new paintings.
Opening festivities feature Celia Albon on the harp and living art: Witt’s paintings will come to life!
Stay around for the 9:00 pm performance by Witt’s band, downstairs onstage in the Boder theatre.