News & Exhibitions

  • Ongoing at Artists’ Gallery

    Beginning in April 2024, I am pleased to once again be an exhibiting artist at Artists’ Gallery (18 Bridge Street, Lambertville, New Jersey). You can find my work there every month of the year along with the other 15 artists that make up the gallery’s roster. One month each year I’ll have a 2-person featured show in the main salon; this year my show will be in November. For May, you can find these paintings of mine up at the gallery. (Normal gallery hours are Thursday through Sunday, 11am-6pm, or by appointment; if you see any work of mine that you’d like to see in person, let me know and we can set up a viewing appointment.)

    Ongoing at Artists’ Gallery

  • Leave Your Mark

    I’m excited to have my painting, “Met in the Middle”, included in the group show, Leave Your Mark, at the West Windsor Arts Center. Juror Fiona Clark is finishing up a multi-month residency at WWAC and she’s known for her own mark-infused paintings. The show runs from April 9 through June 1, 2024, with an opening reception on Friday, April 12, from 7-8:30pm.

    Leave Your Mark

  • Artist Talk for “Soft Curves and Hard Edges”

    On March 2, 2024, I gave an artist talk at M Galleries Fellowship in Basking Ridge about my current exhibition (up through March 31), “Soft Curves and Hard Edges.” Thank you to everyone who braved the downpour to attend and a big thank you to M Galleries Fellowship director & curator, Frank May, for inviting me to exhibit in this space and for hosting this event. If you missed the talk and are interested, it’s now posted on YouTube:

  • New Version of Munsell Tool

    I just released a new version of the Virtual Munsell Color Wheel, a tool I first developed about ten years ago to help explore the Munsell Notation. The web-based tool lets you select color “chips” and see what their corresponding sRGB and hexadecimal values are, which is useful if you’re writing HTML/CSS or using an image editor like Photoshop (where you can paste hex codes into the color picker tool).

    The new version, though not perfect, is a bit more responsive to various display sizes and orientations. For all of the details on what’s new in this version, visit the Munsell page on my website. Or, you can launch the tool directly:

    New Version of Munsell Tool

  • Soft Curves and Hard Edges

    I’m very happy to announce an upcoming solo show at M Galleries Fellowship in Basking Ridge, New Jersey, which will focus on some of my geometric abstractions. These paintings all still are comprised of color gradients and curving hand-painted marks, but the overall composition of these pieces are geometric and hard-edged.

    M Galleries is a network of contemporary art spaces around New Jersey and the “Fellowship” space is located in the atrium adjacent to the Sieminski Theater within the Fellowship Village senior living community in Basking Ridge, just a few minutes away from Routes 78 & 287.

    There will be an opening reception on Saturday, February 3, from 4-6pm as well as a gallery talk on Saturday, March 2, from 1-3pm (check back to be sure as these times are tentative!). Both are free and open to the public. Gallery hours are normally 9am-5pm, daily.

    Soft Curves and Hard Edges

  • Happy New Year and a Brand New Website

    With a new year comes a lot of art-related news. First up, I’m happy to launch a redesigned website. The previous version of my website was built around 2012 so it was time for a refresher and a move to a different hosting provider. It’s still a work in progress but I hope you’ll find the interface clean and intuitive and everything you need to know about my artwork should be easy to find. If you detect any problems, please let me know!

  • Universal Principles of Color

    Much of my artistic life has been related to the study of color: color theory, color interaction, the science of color, how perception works, etc. So it was very cool to have been asked by two members of The Colour Literacy Project if they could include one of my paintings in their new book, “Universal Principles of Color: 100 Key Concepts for Understanding, Analyzing, and Working with Color.” In this beautifully designed book by Stephen Westland & Maggie Maggio, each of 100 concepts related to color are explained in a 2-page spread, organized alphabetically by concept.

    More details and links to resellers here.

    Universal Principles of Color

  • Art Fair 14C Wrap-up

    Installation photo of Andrew Werth's booth at Art Fair 14C in 2023

    Thank you so much to everyone who visited my booth at Art Fair 14C this past weekend! It was a pleasure to chat with so many art lovers and to share a little bit about how my paintings come together. For those who added one of my pieces to your collection, a special thank you!

    If you’re visiting my website after having seen my work at the fair, here are some links you might find useful:

    Mailing List: I only send out email for important announcements, so if you sign up you needn’t worry about getting inundated with email from me.

    Instagram or Facebook: For more frequent updates, you can follow me on Instagram or Facebook, where I post some new paintings and announcements of group shows where my work will be exhibited.

    Video Demonstration: If you didn’t see the video demonstration of how my paintings are made (or would like to see it again), check out my videos page. I also have video demonstrations of how I mix up my palettes and have recordings of some talks I’ve given about my work.

    If you find any paintings on my website or social media pages that you’re interested in, feel free to reach out (email: info (at) and I can let you know about availability and pricing.

    Wall Layout of six of the paintings Andrew Werth exhibited at Art Fair 14C in 2023
    Top: Symmetry Series #10, Resonance, Symmetry Series #21
    Bottom: Symmetry Series #9, Elusive #14, Symmetry Series #22

  • Patterns and Repetition

    I’m very excited to be included in the group show Patterns and Rhythms at the Trenton Free Public Library from September 28 through November 25, 2023, along with artists Florence Moonan, Léni Paquet-Morante, and Adriana Groza. There will be an opening reception on Thursday, September 28, from 5-7pm at the library in their newly refurbished second floor gallery. I’ll be showing several paintings from my “The Predictive Self” series.

    Thank you to curator Elizabeth Roszel-Aubrey for inviting me to participate!

    Patterns and Repetition

  • Ellarslie Open 40

    This weekend is the opening for Ellarslie Open 40 at the Trenton City Museum. I’m very happy to have one of my newest paintings included in the show: “Coordinated Symmetry”, acrylic on canvas, 30×30 inches. The Ellarslie Open runs from June 25 through September 30, 2023. It’s always an amazing show with a huge diversity of styles… Hope you can check it out!

    Ellarslie Open 40

  • Tawa at 45

    The Trenton Artists Workshop Association (TAWA) turns 45 years old this year! When I first moved to Mercer County nearly 18 years ago, I quickly learned about TAWA, made a number of artist friends through this group, and took part in some wonderful exhibitions. In October, the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie will be hosting TAWA at 45: A Survey of Art from the Trenton Artists Workshop Association and I’m very glad to be included in what will certainly be a spectacular show.

    My painting, Sierpinski Squared #3, featuring overlapping fractal-like shapes along with depth-inducing gradients of color, will be a part of the show. The exhibition runs from October 8 through December 2, 2023, with a public opening reception on October 8 from 1-4pm.

    Tawa at 45

  • Mercer County Artists 2023

    I’m very happy to have one of my newest paintings, Resonance #1 (hopefully first in a series), included in this year’s Mercer County Artists exhibition at The Gallery at Mercer County Community College. This annual show features artists who live or work in Mercer County, New Jersey.

    Mercer County Artists 2023