Maureen Chatfield: Journey and Destination

Maureen Chatfield

Journey and Destination

This exhibition features New Jersey painter Maureen Chatfield’s investigation of travel experiences throughout her life, juxtaposed with abstract paintings inspired by specific destinations. Chatfield’s large-scale narratives and colorful landscapes present universal themes of past and present, combined with humor and light-hearted reflections on relationships and the human experience.

Chatfield studied at the Art Students League, New York, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, the Fashion Institute of Technology and Hunter College, New York. Maureen Chatfield: Journey and Destination draws from her expansive oeuvre of oil-on-canvas works blending New York Abstract Expressionism and Bay Area Figurative painting.

Chatfield is represented by Cavalier Galleries and George Bilis Gallery. She currently teaches landscape painting at the Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton, New Jersey.

Image Caption: Maureen Chatfield, Family Outing, 1999. Oil on canvas. 48 x 48 inches. On loan courtesy of the artist. Image used with permission.

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