Stephanie Weber - (b. 1942-) American Painting - mix media on mylar. Signed 26" x 59" not framed
Weber is known for using horizontal and vertical stripes and rich colors. She studied alongside Richard Diebenkorn and Nathan Oliveira. Some of the public collections are: SF Fine Arts Museum, Natl Museum of American Art, Wash DC, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, The Oakland Museum, Baltimore Museum of Art, Skirball Museum, Los Angeles, Judah Magnes Museum, Berkeley, Tamarind Institute, NM, Brookly Museum of Art. Some Noted Private Collections: Bellagio Hotel Lobby, Microsoft, Intel, American Express, Atlantic Richfield Collection, Bank of America Collection, Coca Cola Company, E-Bay, Donald Fisher Collection Museum Solo Shows to Note: Skirball Museum, Oakland Museum, University Art Museum Long Beach, Amarillo Museum of Art, Texas She has held many one-woman show
Weber's rich abstract paintings combine acrylic and oil on honeycomb aluminum panels. The lush and developed color and spatial arrangement of her paintings integrate seamlessly with the cool shimmer of the aluminum panels. Layered dimensional form and clear structure are always present in Weber's work.
She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from UCLA, where she studied with Elmer Bischoff, John Paul Jones, Nathan Oliveira, and Richard Diebenkorn. She received residencies at the American Academy in Rome and The Tamarind Institute in New Mexico.
Stephanie Weber lives and works in Berkeley, California.