Michael Wein, a Houston born, yet New York city based artist, draws his inspiration from the emotional and logical ebb and flow of life. Michael has spent the past decade observing the nuances of life and inventing tangible solutions in the form of consumer products. He has shifted his vision for problem solving to his canvases & installations. He encourages the viewers of his artwork to find their own interpretation of meaning, and to let the fluidity in his works be the starting point to allow areas in their life to become more fluid, or open, as well.
Michael dove into his artistic pursuits as a young boy when he discovered the restorative feeling he received by simply just painting on the floor of his father’s New York City loft. Completely self-taught, an outsider by choice, Michael never wanted his art to be persuaded or compromised by a formal art education.
Michael’s eclectic, post-abstract style marries an unconventional and complicated layered acrylic technique that involves maneuvering a canvas to create a prismatic flow. Michael creates two types of mediums, paintings and large scale installations. The installations feature glass filled with sand displayed upon brass stands, which connects the ebb & flow of his outlook on life.
Michael aims for his art to provoke thoughtful, multi-layered conversation while taking viewers on their own hallucinogenic journey, whether literal or figurative.
For further information on Michael Wein & his artwork, please contact: KHPR, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website: www.weinstudios.com.