Jeremy Stenger’s paintings feature repeated botanical forms that organize planes of color in various hues and traces. Imagery is influenced by Matisse's cut-outs and Ellsworth Kelly's drawings of plants, as well as the artist’s direct observation of flowers and fallen leaves. The works reveal a close examination of the process of painting as an act of depicting and covering and connect the painted image with the flatness of printing and the dimensionality of sculpture. Jeremy Stenger lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. His works have been discussed in New York Magazine, The New York Times, and The Village Voice, among other publications.