Michael Greenwald’s art has been exhibited from New York to California. What a great opportunity to bring this Cleveland artist’s work into your daily life. Colorful and layered in depth this collection will spark conversation and inspire creativity. Mike has asked that the proceeds from his work featured in the Design for Good Shop by TWIST be donated to Neighborhood Pets. Recognizing the many benefits of the human animal bond, Neighborhood Pets supports people with financial needs by helping them keep their pets in their homes. They do this by providing access to affordable pet care, resources, information and other supportive services in Cleveland.
“My abstract works are a significant departure. They are an exploration of color, pattern and optical depth. They are created by slowly building up alternating layers of paint and clear epoxy resin. As the layers of resin and paint build, a striking optical effect is created, magnifying the design and enhancing the colors. The paintings have a great sense of depth, increased by the actual physical depth of the resin. Their creation is very process oriented with multiple steps: painting, sanding, mixing and pouring resin, then repeated multiple times for each piece. It’s time consuming but the resulting paintings are glossy, bold, bright and satisfying.”
About the Artist:
Michael was born in Oxford, England and grew up in Cleveland, Ohio. He attended Skidmore College (1988-1992) and The Cleveland Institute of Art (1996-1998).
“I have always considered myself an artist and had my first gallery show in 1995. I’m fortunate to have my work in numerous collections across the country and I’ve had gallery representation in Ohio, New York and California.”
Michael Greenwald’s paintings have been exhibited at: The Cleveland Museum of Natural History, The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, The Cleveland State University Art Gallery, Baldwin Wallace University, Ursuline College, The College of Wooster Art Museum, The Cleveland Botanical Gardens, The Great Lakes Science Center, The Wayne Center for the Arts, The Beck Center for the Arts, The Massillon Museum of Art and The Artist Archives of The Western Reserve.
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