Artist Clay Schonberger will have his work on display at Pogacha restaurants this winter.
From Nov. 20 to Jan. 8, his work can be seen at Pogacha of Issaquah, and from Jan. 8 to Feb. 19, different work of his will be on display at the restaurant’s Bellevue location.
“The artwork I will be exhibiting shall reflect that I have a wide variety of style and interests within my oeuvre and I alternate between the many possible approaches to art,” Schonberger said.
Using a technique he has titled “nonobjective surrealism,” Schonberger paints by looking at the background of an image and then seeing what develops from the subconscious. The meaning of this abstract art is cultivated while he paints. He is influenced by Jackson Pollack, Salvador Dali and other modern painters. For more on the artist, go here.
For more information about Pogacha restaurants or the exhibit, call 425-392-5550 or go here.