Untitled
2016
Acrylic on paper
9 x 24" / 23 x 61cm
Untitled
2014
Acrylic on paper
9 x 24" / 23 x 61cm
Aurora Over Utopia
2013
Acrylic and pencil on board
12 x 16" 31 x 41cm
Private collection, Bloomington, IN
Untitled
2013
Acrylic on wood panel
12 x 15" / 30.5 x 38cm
Aurora
2013
Acrylic on paper
22 x 29.5" / 56 x 75cm
Untitled
2013
Acrylic on wood panel
12 x 15" 30.5 x 38cm
Foundation
2006
Acrylic and pencil on paper
17 x 22" / 43.18 x 55.88cm

Private collection, Scranton, PA

Untitled
2006
Acrylic on paper
23 x 30.5" / 58 x 77cm overall
Odalisque
2006
Acrylic on paper
23 x 30.5" / 58 x 77cm
Paesaggio Nr. 55
2006
Acrylic and music paper on wood panel
14 x 18" (36 x 46cm)
Reverse Paesaggio
2005
Acrylic on panel
14 x 18" / 35.5 x 46cm

"Maybe it's the fact I've been obsessed with the Martin Ramirez exhibition at Ricco Maresca as of late, but Schatz's works really stood out as another skilled set comparison to the Mexican master. The depth of space that is explored is fantastic. I felt as if I was standing on the highest mountaintop in New Hampshire, gazing out at the scope of the horizon of the White Mountains lying before me. Schatz achieves his sinnewy lines through utilizing his fingers as part of his brushwork. There's so much at play here. The way it references different pathways, as well as the natural realm. Another interpretation could be wafts of billowing smoke going to and fro. I felt the strongest work (if not of the individual artist, but also the entire show) was this piece-- a work on panel, as opposed to the other works on paper, which were still strong. You can really see how the edges of Schatz's loops push the paint out with the turn of each curve. The very nature of the panel piece really stood out at me, for here was true captive motion." - Olympia Lambert, Oly's Musings, review of Unbreak My Heart, Pluto Gallery, Brooklyn, November 2008

New Paesaggio
2005
Acrylic on graph paper on panel
18 x 24" / 46 x 61cm
Untitled
2004
Acrylic on panel
12 x 15" / 30.5 x 38cm
Private collection
Untitled
2004
Acrylic on panel
12 x 15" / 30.5 x 38cm
Trisong Detsen
2003
Acrylic on paper
18 x 24" / 46 x 61cm
Collection US Department of State, American Embassy, Sofia, Bulgaria
Tregaron
2003
Acrylic on paper
18 x 24" / 46 x61cm
Mucho Chee
2003
Acrylic on paper
18 x 24" / 46 x 61cm
Collection US Department of State, American Embassy, Sofia, Bulgaria
La Favorita
2003
Acrylic on music paper
11 x 17" / 28 x 43cm
Immer Wellsprung
2001
Acrylic on music paper
11 x 17" / 28 x 43cm
Collection, Sheldon Museum of Art.

"This painting demonstrates the artist's abiding interest in sensory experience: the activated surface references touch and motion; the complementary colors blue and orange vibrate optically, the matrix of musical staves alludes to sound. A record of a complex set of movements, the work holds in tension the themes of ephemerality and infinity. The title confirms these connotations: together, the German word immer ('forever' or 'always') and wellsprung (a neologistic variant of 'spring' or 'source') imply an endless - but constantly changing - supply of energy that expands in perpetuity." - Jonathan Frederick Walz, Curator of American Art, Sheldon Museum of Art
Asipiter Glide
2001
Acrylic on music paper
11 x 17" / 28 x 43cm
Untitled
2001
Acrylic on music paper
11 x 17" / 28 x 43cm
Untitled (Blue/Green)
2001
Acrylic on music paper
11 x 17" / 28 x 43cm
Private collection, Los Angeles
Untitled (Red)
2001
Acrylic on music paper
11 x 17" / 28 x 43cm
Private collection, Los Angeles
Untitled
1996
Oil on canvas
20 x 30" (51 x 76cm)
Dumspirospero
1996
Oil on canvas
32 x 32" (81.3 x 81.3cm)
Dargosan
1996
Oil on canvas
32 x 32" (81.3 x 81.3cm)
Collection William Strzempek, New York