Beautiful abstract glass screens consisting of wide fields of color graphically tied together by thin black lead lines that connect them by artist Dick Weiss. The compositions vary from circles that float like constellations of moons to rectangular blocks resembling Art Deco. When asked about his imagery, he states that “In some ways, everyone is a product of their times. My time happened to be the late 1960’s into the 70’s. Severe abstraction was strong then, and I certainly responded. A black square in a white field feels awfully good to me. These screens all come out of that particular seed-bed.”
Dick Weiss' works are available at Traver Gallery.