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  • "Infinity #1," 2015, acrylic on canvas, framed 42" x 42"
  • "Sequence V," 2013, acrylic on canvas, framed, 54 x 72
  • "Last Remnant," acrylic on canvas, framed, 46" x 46"
  • "Remnants 017," acrylic/metal on panel, 48" x 24"
  • "Fortitude #2," 2009, acrylic/steel/aluminum/copper, 55 x 35
  • Untitled watercolor, 1989, watercolor on paper, 40 x 25, framed 47 x 33
  • "Untitled Watercolor 1," 1995, watercolor/paper, 22 x 29.5
  • "Untitled Watercolor 2," 1999, watercolor on paper, framed, 34 x 42
  • "Yellow & Gray Monotype," 1996, monotype/paper, 42 x 29
  • "Black & White Monotype," 1996, monotype/paper, 29 x 42
  • "Yellow & Teal Monotype," monotype on paper, 42 x 29
  • Monotype, 1996, monotype/paper, 30 x 22.5
  • "Pink Monotype," 1996, monotype/paper, 22 x 30
  • "Watercolor I," 1994, watercolor on paper, 30 x 22
  • "Untitled (Figures)," 1991, watercolor/paper, 22" x 30"
  • "Watercolor (Triangles)," 1994, watercolor/paper, 22 x 29.5, framed 29 x 37
  • "Red and Tan Monotype," 1996, monotype/paper, 22 x 30
  • "Untitled Watercolor III," 1994, watercolor/paper, 22 x 30
  • "Monotype (Black & Yellow)," 1996, monotype/paper, 22 x 30
  • "Untitled Red Watercolor," 1992, watercolor/paper, 22 x 30
  • "Untitled Watercolor," 1990, watercolor on paper, framed, 36.5 x 29


Over the course of recorded history, Man has felt compelled to record his reactions and insight in visual form.  The artist is always searching for new, individual forms of expression.  Thus art changes, rapidly or slowly.

The task is to make a personal statement that has value of communication.  The artist always hopes that the presentation has validity to the viewer.

My work incorporates materials that exhibit characteristics of residual energy out of this, taking the energy inherit in phrase forms, I combine them in such a way as to produce order and unity, but retain remnants of the power that will provide an emotional recognition in the viewer.

Yugoslavian Artist Brings Lifetime of Experience to TN Students


Anton Weiss: Education and Honors

Villach Institute of Arts and Museums, Austria
Student of Hans Hoffman, New York, NY
Art Students League, New York, NY


Anton Weiss: Public Collections

Tennessee State Museum, Nashville, TN
Canadian National Railroad, Montreal, Quebec
Axciom Corp., Little Rock, AR
American General, Houston, TX
Atkinson Public Relations, Nashville, TN
Baker, Donelson, Bearman, and Caldwell, Memphis, TN
Bass, Berry, and Sims, Nashville, TN
Cal IV Entertainment, Nashville, TN
Cincinnati Airport, Cincinnati, OH
Commercial Bank, Memphis, TN
Davidson Hotel Company, Memphis, TN
Dominion Bank, Nashville, TN
Federal Express, Memphis, TN
First American National Bank, Nashville, TN
Laboratory Technologies, Inc., Memphis, TN
Liles Engineering Design Consultants LLC, Memphis, TN
Longview Bank and Trust, Longview, TX
McQuiddy Office Designs, Nashville, TN
Moats Enterprises, Nashville, TN
Morgan Keegan and Company, Inc., Memphis, TN
Northern Telecom, Nashville, TN
Radians, Memphis, TN
Sentry, LLC, Memphis, TN
Third National Bank, Nashville, TN
The Webb Companies, Nashville, TN
West Memphis Steel Corporation, West Memphis, AR


Anton Weiss: Publications

Annie Stoppelbein, “Anton Weiss: The Abstract Expressionist’s Final Solo Show,” Nashville Arts Magazine, Nov. 2015
Fredric Koeppel, “Paint Frees Vision to Soar,” The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN, April 2013
Carol Knowles, “Charged Objects,” The Memphis Flyer, Memphis, TN, April 14, 2011
Fredric Koeppel, “Objects, Pigments in Abstract Harmony,” The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN, April 2011
Katie Sulkowski, “Freedom of Expression,” Nashville Arts Magazine, Nashville, TN, September 2009
“Showcase Window Series,” At Home Tennessee, July 2009
Carol Knowles, “Four by Four,” The Memphis Flyer, March 2009
Andria Lisle, “The Eye of the Beholder,” The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN, 6 March 2009
Vicki Stout, “Anton Weiss: The Making of a Master,” Leiper’s Fork Life, Vol. 7 Issue 1, January 2008
Carol Knowles, “Taking Stock,” The Memphis Flyer, 27 December 2007 – 3 January 2008
Carol Knowles, “Plant, Animal, Mineral,” The Memphis Flyer, 28 November, 2007
Frederic Koeppel, “Pursuit of Grandeur,” The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN, 9 November 2007
Frederic Koeppel, “Actual Sculpting; How Quaint,” The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN, April 2006
Frederic Koeppel, “Abstract Artist Discharges Energy,” The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN, 3 March, 2006
Carol Knowles, “Plenty,” The Memphis Flyer, Memphis, TN, 30 March – 5 April, 2006
Carol Knowles, “Baptism in Dark Waters,” The Memphis Flyer, Memphis, TN, May 27, 2005
Charlotte Klasson, “Anton Weiss: An Artist in Revolt,” Knoxville Homes & Living, Knoxville, TN, July 2004
Alan Bostick, “Flexing his ‘Abs,’” The Tennessean, Nashville, TN, 1999
Angela Wibking, “Diven to Abstraction,” Nashville Scene, Nashville, TN, 2 September, 1999
Linda Romine, “Abstractions  Exhibit Showcases Three Artists’ Work,” Memphis Business Journal, Memphis, TN, 28 Oct. 1991