Anderson Collection patrons Christine Nicholas and Julia Procopé stop to discuss Mary Weatherford’s black painting, a gift of Debra and Steven Wisch in honor of the Anderson family. Photo by L.A. Cicero.

Mary Weatherford and John Zurier will discuss contemporary painting at Oshman Hall at the McMurtry Building, Stanford University, Stanford, California.

Thursday, November 30, 2017, 6–7PM PT.


The Anderson Collection presents "Intersections: Artist Talk: Mary Weatherford with John Zurier." Artist Mary Weatherford, whose piece black painting was gifted to the museum, will discuss her work and process with contemporary abstract painter John Zurier.

Mary Weatherford possesses a remarkable ability to overlap deep, sultry colors in abstract paintings that radiate light, energy and movement. Critics have praised the artist, born in 1963 in Ojai, Calif., for her achievements in layering vinyl-based acrylic paint known as Flashe, and for her distinctive use of deliberately draped neon lighting tubes that further electrify her symphonic, colored landscapes.
 



VISITOR INFORMATION

Oshman Hall, McMurtry Building | +1.650.721.6053 | E. [email protected]
355 Roth Way | Stanford, CA 94305 | USA
Website: Stanford | Mary Weatherford