Ever Baldwin's paintings explore the back-and-forth actions of observing and sensing. The artist's thick oil paintings, often fused to torched wooden frames, flicker between depicting clear and hidden faces, body parts and even architecture. In Baldwin's compositions, each mark becomes something more substantial than a mere addition to the painting—every stroke is empowered with marble dust or other thickening agents for added compositional importance.
Ever Baldwin is a painter living and working in Catskill, New York. Ever has worked with children, teens and adults as a teaching artist for over fifteen years. The artist holds an MFA from The School of The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts and a BFA in painting from The Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland.
Exhibitions of Baldwin's work have taken place at: Hudson House with Jag projects, in Hudson, New York; Underdonk in Brooklyn, New York; Opalka Gallery in Albany New York; and Left Field Gallery in Los Osos, California.
Ever’s work is included in the public lending collection at Forge Projects in Taghkanic, New York.
Ever is a 2021 recipient of the NYFA/NYSCA Fellowship in Painting.
Ever has attended residency programs at The Ragdale Foundation, ACRE, The Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, and The Atlantic Center for the Arts.