Centers of Narrative Gravity

Andrew Werth’s paintings, on view at the Artists’ Gallery in Lambertville through May 1, comprise a body of work he calls “Centers of Narrative Gravity” where swirls of color interact with thousands of individually hand-painted marks to create interactive paintings whose appearance changes depending upon where you stand.

Although I have admired Werth’s complex artwork for years, I can’t say I comprehend it. Luckily, he opened up a window for me when I saw his painting at the Mercer County Artists Show — here he is on video, explaining it.
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