Sharon Weiner: New Works
The paintings in this new show, Unspoken Memory, encompass work produced during the pandemic which also coincided in the U.S. with the upheaval wrought by a contentious presidential election and ongoing struggles for racial and social justice. Initially, I felt stuck and unable to concentrate on working as I watched what was going on around me and what the world was experiencing. Eventually, as I began to work again, my paintings came from feelings of fear, hopelessness, and resignation. At some point in the last few months, a feeling of hope began to emerge.
In the newest work, which looks to nature for its cycles of life, it is my hope that the world is going through a period of development and growth that will let us emerge into a better place where we focus on care and renewal for ourselves and the planet.
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About Sharon Weiner
My painting comes out of personal experiences, including conscious and unconscious dynamics. None of this is coded into the work, nor do the paintings simply embody my emotions. Rather, they visualize the process of self-revelation in a kind of internal dialogue. From a family of psychoanalysts, my direct and indirect exposure to the practice of psychoanalysis has been long and sustained, providing me with an unusual awareness of my own consciousness, interaction with the world, and dreams. As a result, I know better than to recount my experience in my art; instead, I give visual form to what experiencing my life feels like-indeed, to what awareness itself, an abstract concept, feels like.
This embodiment of sensation and thought has always been the purpose of abstract art. In particular, I feel close to the transcendental tradition in postwar American abstraction, from Mark Rothko to Ross Bleckner and Philip Taaffe. Through this practice, I am able to manifest my regard for reality as a psychological rather than cultural dynamic. I see the artist’s role as restating the internal psychological object through a language of images that make that object relevant to humanity. The images themselves come from both within my imagination and from the natural environment around me.
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