Oil painting of farmers, by Warren Chang
Warren Chang, "Fall Tilling," Oil on canvas 34" x 40", Private Collection, Exhibited at Triton Museum of Art

Warren Chang portrays the human condition in his paintings, often depicting the downtrodden and disenfranchised while at the same time celebrating the human spirit. He is perhaps best known for interiors and genre scenes depicting the fieldworkers of Monterey County in California, where he grew up.

“Warren Chang: Social Realism in California” is on view through August 29, 2021 at the Triton Museum of Art in Santa Clara, California.

Additional paintings in this exhibition will offer scenes from life, landscapes, interiors and an engaging series of self-portraits.


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