Jeremy Wineberg is a designer, educator, and visual artist working in painting, drawing, sculpture, video, and installation media. He grew up in Pennsylvania and studied art at the University of Delaware. Wineberg’s work stretches imagination and experience by connecting everyday observations of snowflakes, leaf piles, cardboard, maps, and tree branches with larger events like time, space, and gravity. He has used mapping, synesthesia, psychogeography, divination, accumulation and story-telling to estrange the ordinary and open up new points of view.
Wineberg has worked collaboratively with engineers, performance artists, musicians, chefs, and other visual artists. He has received several grants for public and collaborative work, including Inverted Lakes in 2007 and (with artist and co-curator Rachel Bruya) the Little Galleries in 2013. His work has been reproduced in New American Paintings and shown in galleries in Madison, Denver, Philadelphia, Marion (Ohio), Nashville, and New York City, and the Katonah Museum of Art in Katonah, NY. Wineberg currently lives and works in Madison.