Nick Steinman is an artist living in Philadelphia, PA. Steinman paints simple dream-like landscape oil paintings. Working serially has allowed Steinman to focus on the impact of his color choices as well mark-making and paint handling. Steinman was recently part of a group exhibition at the National Liberty Museum located in Philadelphia. Born in 1998, Steinman grew up in Schwenksville, PA. He went on to study Fine Art at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA where he is working to recieve his BFA. Steinman is currently a curator at Gallery One in the Kimmel Center.
"The intention in my work is to depict iconic, simple, overlooked moments in life. My paintings reimagine visually charged memories. I am inspired by my surroundings, human connection to nature, and distraction by technology.
I often use drawings from images to generate simple scenes as a starting point for dream- like paintings. Working serially has allowed me to increase my focus on color, mark-making, and paint handling. I consider the work to be free, emotional and to express a moment in time."
To see older works, visit Instagram: @steinman_art