Steve Mannheimer teaches painting and drawing at the Herron School of Art in Indianapolis, Indiana. He works mainly on paper to produce representational and expressionistic landscapes and still lifes.
He brings to his painting a four-decade career as a professional artist, and holds several higher degrees in fine art, including a Masters of Fine Art in painting from Washington University at St. Louis.
A respected teacher of art and president of the Mid-America College Art Association from 1993 to 2000, Steve also wrote an art and architecture column every week for the highly respected periodical, The Indianapolis Star. As a visual arts writer, he has also contributed articles to Garden Design and Landscape Architecture magazines. He is also a professor at IUPUI.
His paintings are often full of motion and inactivity at the same time, and this is evidently a conscious choice on his part. In his words: “The ballet between active and interpretation and restrained contemplation creates the basic dynamic of my work.”
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