Sheldon Greenberg's "The Space Between"

“Cinema Verite” at Modernism West

Like many other painters stabled at San Francisco’s Modernism gallery, Sheldon Greenberg began his art career as an illustrator.

His bright narrative compositions bridge representational realism to abstraction, thereby creating a unique dreamscape.

The influence of filmic intrigue and noir literature is apparent, and we were moved by his sensitive nocturnal renderings.

He has been a professor at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco for the past 17 years, teaching Color theory, Design, Composition, Abstract and figurative painting.