Randall Berndt (Wisconsin, b. 1944) “The Farmer and the Storm”, 1996, acrylic on board, framed in painted wood frame. Titled, signed and dated verso. Measures 19in x 16in framed and 14in x 11in image only. Condition: Excellent condition.
Randall Berndt is the former assistant curator at the James Watrous Gallery at the Overture Center for the Arts in Madison, Wisconsin and was for years the director of the Wisconsin Academy Gallery in Madison, Wisconsin. He received an MFA in painting from UW-Madison in 1969. Career highlights include a major award for a painting accepted into the Butler Institute of American Art's 62nd Annual Midyear Exhibition, a 1996 Wisconsin Arts Board Visual Arts Fellowship and participation in the Madison Art Center's 1987 Triennial Exhibition. Berndt's paintings were juried into New American Paintings, Number 29 an exhibition in print published by Open Studios Press, Wellesley, MA, in 2000. In 2006 his paintings and drawings were included in the West Bend Art Museum's group exhibition Up North: Imaging North Woods Culture & Mythology.
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