Next month at the Barsky Gallery in NJ, you will be able to see the new series of paintings by Charlie Steg, ‘The Last Great Paintings’.

His new exhibition will feature his more recent artworks. This show spotlights a small group of paintings that have emerged from his recent change of pace as an artist and which are now being exhibited together for the very first time. You wouldn’t think that these are some of the most modern works of art available today. Nevertheless, this is simply what they are…and for good reason! These paintings will take your breath away. They are true masterpieces.

In this article, you will learn more about Charlie Steg’s new artworks.


The Last Great Paintings of Jack Steg

As it was mentioned before, this new exhibition by Charlie Steg features his recent artworks. In fact, these works are so iconic that they have been accepted to be shown at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City and the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain.

The leading artwork is a work called The Floating House.

All of these works are masterpieces, and it will be fascinating to see how these paintings compare to one another. This show is the culmination of nearly 20 years of inspired, often daring artistic creation by the great artist Charlie Steg.


The Floating House

This work of art by Charlie Steg is a stunning installation that, sums up all that is great about architecture. Floating, seemingly weightless, it seems almost to be sailing in the air, with the ground far below it. The composition is simple and elegant, with a long, straight line that appears to flow seamlessly into the horizon. This striking composition, the hint of blue in the air, and the majestic, building-like form seem almost to have been drawn by an architect. The Floating House can be seen at the new exhibition by Charlie Steg at the Barsky Gallery in New Jersey.



The Great Paintings of Charlie Steg are a part of a large body of work that has evolved over a long period of time. They include a variety of media, including still, speed, and speed-based watercolor. The paintings have a loose, loose feeling to them, as if the artist was simply letting the paint flow through his fingers. The colors are bright and bold, with a strong emphasis on red and yellow. The works are full of energy and the viewer is taken on an inspiring journey as they travel through space, time, and the lifecycle of a butterfly. This is truly an extraordinary series of paintings.

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