Piece description from the artist
Still life paintings are often a reflection of the era, infusing sentiment and contemporary values within the objects depicted, in this piece a chair, orange, and laptop.
Born in New York City, Louise Weinberg currently lives in Boston, Massachusetts. Before pursuing an art career, Louise worked as a practicing clinical social worker for twenty-two years, until she left the field of clinical social work in 1997.
She is a graduate of Brandeis University, Columbia University, as well as the four-year diploma program in studio art at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
Weinberg has a studio in Allston, Massachusetts, and is represented by galleries in Boston and New York. Her paintings have also been featured in a number of Hollywood movies including "Bride Wars":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bride_Wars, "The Proposal":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Proposal_(film), and "Knight and Day":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knight_and_Day. Many pieces are also in private collections, both here and in Europe. Weinberg's work has been featured in "Studio Visit Magazine":http://studiovisitmagazine.com/ on several occasions and she has been featured in a book about Boston-area artists entitled "In the Line of Fire":http://arzenteart.zenfolio.com/.
Louise is the founder of the drawing program at the "Brookline Senior Center":https://www.facebook.com/pages/Brookline-Senior-Center-Drawing-Class/120990981348881, and the recipient of two grants which funded this program.