(b. 1984) is an artist who lives and works in Dayton, Ohio. He works primarily in painting, but occasionally in painted sculpture and other media as well. Much of his work can be considered an attempt to recreate the flexibility and innovation of childhood creativity and often the artist samples his own childhood drawings as well as those of friends and family. These motifs are then repeated and expanded, most often in the form of encaustic and oil paintings. Recent solo exhibitions include Zachary Armstrong
at GNYP Gallery, Berlin (2017); Zachary Armstrong
at Tilton Gallery, New York (2016); Hills and Dales
at Feuer/Mesler, New York (2016); and Goodnight Bojangles
at Night Gallery, Los Angeles (2015). Armstrong was also included in Inherent Structure
, a 2018 exhibition at the Wexner Center for the Arts at Ohio State University.
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Exhibitions with Ever Gold [Projects]:
September 9 – October 21, 2017
Noah White Painting #2, 2017
Oil and encaustic on linen in artist frame
108 x 74 inches
Installation view, Zachary Armstrong at GNYP Gallery, Berlin, 2017.
21 Faces, 2017
Oil and encaustic on canvas
132 x 96 inches