David Shainberg (1934-1993) lived A Life in Color. He began painting in the late 1970s, and committed to it full-time after retiring from his career as a psychoanalyst in 1981. Working with oil, gouache, and acrylic, David’s abstract expressionist landscapes, figures, houses, and roads capture his vibrant vision and use of color. This second portfolio of David’s works on POBA coincides with a new exhibition of these works at PAAM (Provincetown Arts Association and Museum), one of POBA’s partners. Here, we display the nearly 30 paintings on exhibition at PAAM from August 26 to November 3, 2016. We encourage all who can make it to Provincetown, MA, to see these works in person – they are even more remarkable in full scale and on actual canvas. See POBA’s permanent display of A Life in Color.