DONALD STOLTENBERG
Building His World
July 6 - September 30, 2022

The world of  Donald Stoltenberg (1927-2016) is not the natural one, but the manmade structures that occupy so much of the space on our planet. His art celebrates those engineering feats of ships, bridges, railroads, and the architectural beauties of houses and buildings, quite a few on Cape Cod, where he lived for more than fifty years.

 

Influenced by Paul Cezanne and his Bauhaus education in Chicago, Stoltenberg emphasized the geometric and abstract foundations of manmade structures. He beautifully painted the facets of light that stream through architectural forms. The sharp angles and prismatic transparencies that illuminate his art produce dramatic effects and a sense of movement.

 

This immersive, retrospective exhibition features oil paintings, watercolors and collagraphs from CCMoA’s Permanent Collection and additional artworks provided by Dr. Roger T. Dunn and Howard John Stapf, who have generously funded the exhibition catalog. Deborah Forman served as Guest Curator and essayist for the catalog.

This exhibition is sponsored by 
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Printed catalogs are available in the
CCMoA Museum Shop

CLICK HERE  to read about this exhibition in the Enterprise Newspapers

Video:
Gallery Talk on July 14, 2022
presented by
Deborah Forman, Guest Curator

Video:
DONALD STOLTENBERG
on watercolors
by Pavel Farkas

Donald's sketchbooks from the exhibition

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