250 Vesey Street
New York, NY 10281
This artwork is not open to the public
Over the last four decades, Terry Winters has expanded his range of themes expanded to include the architecture of living systems, mathematical diagrams, musical notation, and new orders of data visualization. His brilliant palette reflects his continual experimentation with materials. Throughout his paintings and works on paper a metaphoric sensibility reveals itself in the expressive language of resonant forms and figures.
Untitled #4, 1993
Watercolor on paper
42 ¾” H x 47 ¼” W x 1 ½” D
A painter, draftsman, and printmaker, Terry Winters lives and works in New York City and Columbia County, New York. While his early paintings possess a minimalism influenced by Brice Marden, his work evolved to depict organic shapes and abstracted images of botanicals, and schematic references to scientific processes. Although Winters’ work has become more complex over time, his process has remained the same—since the beginning, he has collected images and assembled collages of references to prepare ideas for his paintings. These collages reveal unforeseen connections between found images, which Winters likens to a “readymade” that he strives to perfect.