The unique and fascinating Kreitzer Gallery and Studio is open, and American Contemporary Realist artist David Kreitzer celebrates his sparkling and sublime Waterscapes, Central Oregon Landscape splendor, “Nishigoi” Koi images from the historic Paso Robles Inn koi ponds, New York Café mornings, California oak hills and vineyards, figures, landscapes, and Wagner Ring Cycle fantasy oils and watercolors that help people to meditate and heal as only original paintings can.
A Contemporary Realist, David Kreitzer paints in the tradition of the old masters, and is known for his raking and gloaming light and water paintings. Kreitzer has an impressive body of work. He executed two covers for Atlantic Magazine, and was the featured artist in both the American Artist Magazine and the book “The Sacred Landscape.” He has been listed for many years in “Who’s Who in American Art, His “Tristan and Isolde” and “Siegfried” posters, commissioned by Seattle Opera in 1981, are still collected worldwide. With collectors including Michael Douglas, Mary Tyler Moore, the Howard Ahmansons, Robert Takken, the Hind Foundation among others, Kreitzer has been featured in galleries in San Francisco, Carmel, Los Angeles, Scottsdale, Chicago, Seattle, and New York.
The San Francisco Chronicle’s Thomas Albright, in his review of David Kreitzer’s first solo exhibit at Maxwell Galleries in San Francisco, stated that “Kreitzer demonstrates how much poetic intensity the old tradition can still contain.”