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Artist Stephen M. Schaub's works have been described as "art dreaming about itself."

In them, rather than experiencing a literal place or a linear story, we encounter something akin to the fragmentation of an emotional memory- or the illogic of a dream. Depicting scenes of unresolved narrative, these images seem to have been subjected to the vagaries of perception and the passage of time.

Schaub is an innovator whose works defy classification. In his Vermont studio he combines monumentality of scale with light-sensitive techniques and the presentation of works on paper, to create each singular, unique work of art.

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"Schaub's photographic prints are what Claude Monet (1840-1926) might create if he had access to cutting edge technology and felt playful with colors. Like Monet, Schaub strives to capture the act of perception." -Hampton Art Hub, 2012

“There has never been such a collection of work shown at the Governor’s Gallery before. Schaub’s sense of materials, multi-dimensional space and extraordinary technical ability must be seen in person to be completely understood and appreciated”.
- The Vermont State Curator, David Schutz
 

"One of the great things about Schaub's work is you know it when you see it."

-Peter Marcelle, Art Dealer

"From Far Away" will reshape every visitor's idea of photography, again and again.
Exhibition Review from Seven Days, Amy Lilly

Notes from the Studio

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Artist Stephen M. Schaub's works have been described as "art dreaming about itself."

In them, rather than experiencing a literal place or a linear story, we encounter something akin to the fragmentation of an emotional memory- or the illogic of a dream. Depicting scenes of unresolved narrative, these images seem to have been subjected to the vagaries of perception and the passage of time.

Schaub is an innovator whose works defy classification. In his Vermont studio he combines monumentality of scale with light-sensitive techniques and the presentation of works on paper, to create each singular, unique work of art.

••••

"Schaub's photographic prints are what Claude Monet (1840-1926) might create if he had access to cutting edge technology and felt playful with colors. Like Monet, Schaub strives to capture the act of perception." -Hampton Art Hub, 2012

“There has never been such a collection of work shown at the Governor’s Gallery before. Schaub’s sense of materials, multi-dimensional space and extraordinary technical ability must be seen in person to be completely understood and appreciated”.
- The Vermont State Curator, David Schutz
 

"One of the great things about Schaub's work is you know it when you see it."

-Peter Marcelle, Art Dealer

"From Far Away" will reshape every visitor's idea of photography, again and again.
Exhibition Review from Seven Days, Amy Lilly