Mary Weatherford

Mary Weatherford's style combines abstract expressionism and color field painting into works that carefully study how natural light interacts with the environment. Weatherford often makes drawings on-site and later uses them as references for paintings in her studio. The artist's early work from the 1990s and early 2000s incorporated found objects such as starfish and seashells, which were adhered to the canvas, while her mature work regularly uses Flashe, a vinyl-based acrylic paint.