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I'm a big fan of Jonathan Weiner's work.  His paintings are a kind of window to a dismal New England coast life, but offer an interesting slice of contemporaneity.  Overcast weather and falling leaves seems to be a running motif in a lot of work and setting the tone for situations like out of a poem by Edgar Allen Poe.  Frankly, his neutral palette seems all too familiar with a lot of work I've seen in this genre but a lot of times I am struck but elements that break commonality amongst his peers.  From unusual costumes, bizarre gestures to the incorporation of modern technology Weiner paintings have a lot to offer the careful observer.  


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