Seneca Weintraut


Born in 1988, Weintraut is a Hoosier living and working in Philadelphia. He attended Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in the summer of 2013, and received his MFA in painting from Tyler School of Art, Temple University in 2015.  His work has been exhibited in New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago and was featured in New American Paintings #113.  In years past, Weintraut counted money on a riverboat casino, cut grass in an oil refinery and built mausoleums in several prominent cemeteries.  Currently, he maintains a studio at The Loom in Philadelphia where he uses his singular vision to develop paintings and sculptures.  Weintraut is one of Philadelphia's most innovative and provocative voices exploring the landscape of the contemporary American psyche.


Image of Seneca Weintraut courtesy of Aaron Richter.


Title: Event XVIII: The Flood - Coyote Boy (Psychopomp) in waves, leads Brown Star all the way back out of existence. Illuminations in yellow. Upside - down blue.

Size: 70 x 48 x 2 in.

Medium: Oil Paint and Pencil on Canvas, Stretched over Birch Panel / Carved Wood and Acrylic Paint

Year: 2022

Price: $3800.—