Art Month Sydney will return in March 2018 and planning has started with the appointment…7 Nov
American painter Winston Roeth is unquestionably one of the most celebrated colourists of our time. His work is held in collections all over the world from the Museum of Modern Art in NYC to the Kunstmuseum in Basel. He has also received major commissions for sites including the Palazzo Ducale in Sassuolo and he has a major group of paintings in the Bennesse Collection in Naoshima Japan.
Few painters have been able to deliver the range and sensitivity that Roeth encourages from pigment. These new works show him painting at his very best.
Image (above): Winston Roeth, Nocturne, 2017, Kremer pigments and polyurethane dispersion on poplar panels, 50 x 28 cm each panel
Image (thumbnail): Winston Roeth, Deep Red Memory, 2017, Kremer pigments and polyurethane dispersion on 15 poplar panels, 50 x 28 cm each panel