The Presence of Objects
The Still Life Paintings of Joel Greene
As a New Mexico Modernist Joel Greene has consistently celebrated the evolution of
form, color and composition in his Landscape paintings. So too in this unique
selection of Still Life paintings created during a period in his artistic career where he
delighted in the structure and form of Cubism, employing its discipline to create
works of exceptional beauty, masterful composition and poetic narratives around
simple, everyday objects.
The Ernesto Mayans Gallery, now in its 35th season is delighted to present this
selection of Joel Greene's Still Life painting from 1988 - 1998.
#34 Still Life with Tomato 17" x 24"
#269 Still with Candle 18" x 24"
#33 Still Life 22" x 30"
#225 Pilsner Glass, Orange & Pipe 17" x 24"
#249 Blue Tile 40" x 23.5"
Museum and Public Collections:
Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, Harwood Foundation, Taos, Roswell Museum and Fine Art Center, Roswell, UNM Museum, Albuquerque, Highlands University Library, Las Vegas, NM, Arizona State University, Tempe, and University of West Virginia Fine Arts Museum, Morgantown