Artist Mary Weatherford, whose piece "black painting" was gifted to the museum, will discuss her work and process.
Mary Weatherford (b. 1963) uses the California landscape as inspiration to create bright and moody colors in abstract and representational compositions. She explores form, space, and color, through paint on canvas, and neon tubing.
John Zurier (b. 1956) is an abstract painter, working with color, light, and surface evoking places and times, seen and unseen. His paintings often contain isolated spots of paint and faint ruled lines that oat within a scraped monochromatic field.
INTERSECTIONS Speaker Series presented by Anderson Collection, Cantor Arts Center and the Department of Art & Art History at Stanford University