2018, Muddy Peonies, 48 by 72, OilIn both art and architecture, Schweitzer explores the framing of space itself.  Her current focus is large-scale painting that hover between reality and a dream space. Assistant curator of the Whitney Museum,  Marcela Guerrero,  recently selected one of her large scale works, Toucan’s World, for a BWAC exhibit in Redhook, NYC,  summer 2018. In 2017,  assistant curator of the Whitney Museum, Laura Phipps, selected another work for a BWAC juried show, Jungle Dream. (Both featured below).

Schweitzer provides art to her architecture clients all over the US. She constructs atmospheres where murals and paintings are integrated with the architecture. This recalls the spirit of total design that dates as far back as Giotto and earlier.  Her art is informed by her understanding of space within structures and how art unfolds within a room. She studied art formally at Princeton University as an undergraduate, and later at The New York Academy of Art in 1991 and 1999. She began studying painting as a teenager at Trinity School in NYC.

Schweitzer is greatly inspired by the Jewish concept that every visual detail of the world has a divine Source.

2017  Wish    40 by 60 Oil2017 Opalescent  48 by 70 Oil

2017  Low Tide,  20 by 20

2017  Lech Lecha, 48 by 48 Oil  (Urwitz Collection in Los Angeles)

2016 Enamored 52 by 52, Oil  (Collection at 25 Central Park West)





(For more art by the architect see

2017 Circuitry

2016 Jungle Dream

2016   Toucan’s World,  50 by 72,  Oil


2011 White Table Cloth, Oil, aka After Bonnard, (Now in the Yamada Collection, Tokyo, Japan)

1989 Blue Bottle (painted at 185 Nassau, Princeton University)

Up In The Air, Oil, 48 by 48 Installed in Montecito  house by architect