Martin Wittfooth makes powerful paintings, both in subject and underlying meaning. Using animals as his subjects, the Toronto-born and now Savannah, Georgia and Hudson Valley-based painter layers meaning and allegories to his masterful canvases, where he examimes the “intersection and clash of industry and nature, and the human influence on the environment.” Wittfooth’s impressive career will be on display in a retrospective and as part of his visiting fellowship this fall at the Muroff-Kotler Visual Arts Gallery at SUNY Ulster, a comprehensive look at the diverse and detailed stories from the artist to date. 

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