Joyce Weinstein (American)
Born 1931, New York, NY
Lives and works in Amcramdale, NY
Joyce Weinstein is a prominent New York artist who has exhibited widely. Weinstein brings an abstract sensibility to landscape imagery, capturing the feeling of beautiful countryside. In depictions of rolling hills, mountains and distant views, the ever changing qualities of the sky, fields, woods and streams, old barns, haystacks, and weeds and wild flowers, she conveys the essence of what she has seen and felt, making what is seemingly ambiguous, tangible and unique.
A 1940’s alumna of the famed Art Students League in New York City, Joyce Weinstein had her first solo exhibition in 1953. She has continued an active exhibition schedule. Joyce Weinstein's paintings are represented in the permanent collections of the Musuem of Modern Art, New York; the Edmonton Museum, Canada, the New Jersey State Museum, Trenton; the Hines Collection, Boston; the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia; the Clint Eastwood Collection, Palo Alto, California; the Queens Museum, New York; the Centre de Creacio Contemporia Museum, Barcelona, Spain; and others.