Randall Stoltzfus

89 Bridge Street

Abstract stormy vertical landscape made up of hundreds hand-painted circles in black and blue and red. The field of circles is crossed by a large vertical gilded lightning bolt and two smaller ones.
Randall Stoltzfus, Rainmaker (2019). Acrylic and gold leaf on synthetic canvas. 40 x 32 x 1.5 in.

Randall Stoltzfus learned to cross-stitch, garden, and paint houses from his Mennonite family in rural Virginia. Now he works in a studio in DUMBO, Brooklyn, where he makes art about light from multitudes of hand-painted circles. His 16th solo show, 'Widening', opened at Blank Space in New York City in the fall of 2019.

From the studio

The pandemic was a sporadic working time for me, so it's pretty great to be back to consistent studio time and to have a bunch of new projects that I am excited about.

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