Z A C H S C H E I N F E L D
Zach Scheinfeld is an artist, printmaker, illustrator and third-grade teacher from New Rochelle, NY who is passionate about building community through art. His recent series, down where they walk, employs wood-block printing and etching techniques to create compositions of various landscape elements and textures, exploring themes around human interaction with nature and isolation. The work features a large-scale installation that immerses the viewer in a horizon-line formed by ten hanging rolls of paper, some up to 20 feet long, drawing a playful correlation between gallery-goers and the tiny figures in his prints. Zach’s work has been featured at the Zilkha Gallery in Connecticut, the New Rochelle High School Museum of Arts and Culture and the R Café in downtown New Rochelle. He has also worked with organizations such as Dancing in the Streets, Project Morry, John Lyman Elementary School, and the Davison Art Center to build and execute arts programs, including life drawing workshops, craft fairs, mural production and dance showcases, which focus on increasing the accessibility of art education. Zach Scheinfeld is a proud graduate of New Rochelle High School and Wesleyan University, where he graduated with honors with a double major in Mathematics and Studio Art. When he is not teaching or drawing in his sketchbook, he enjoys playing basketball, practicing guitar and spending time with his four siblings.
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