Cubism by June Webster
June began exploring this "Cubist Realist" style of painting while teaching at the New Britain Museum of American Art , New Britain, CT. Inspired by the works of contemporary artists, Dawoud Bey and Martin Kline, and painters, Charles Demuth and Charles Sheeler, she incorporated grids, overlapping images, and other "Cubist" techniques into her work. While her motifs are clearly discernible, new complex realities of broken forms, varied perspectives and energized space are created. June has been working in this style for several years and is still very inspired by the unpredictable results it produces.