“The artist sees what others only catch a glimpse of.” – Leonardo Da Vinci

The elements and details in nature, architecture, technology, and life – so many things hidden in plain sight – can be instantly intriguing, if we would only pause long enough to truly take them in. The purpose of my art is to cause the viewer to pause, to imagine, and to delight in the beauty of those “hidden” details.

– David Wiener

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80 pages of David Wiener artworks that focus on nature, architecture, fashion, planes, cars and more.
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2022 Ferrari 12X Series - “Raw 750” - Ferrari 750 Monza (12 X 12”)
2021 - Porsche SLC Series - "Art In A Martini"
40 x 40” - Limited Edition of 20 Pieces
Ferrari Classics Series 2020 – “Ferrari Mexico 375MM”
Ferrari Classics Series 2020. Signed Limited Edition – 10 Pieces

42 x 46.5” Fuji Film Archival Print under 1/4” thick clear acrylic. 1/8” thick black acrylic back with hanging hardware.
Ferrari F1 Series 2020 – Injector 1
Ferrari Formula One Series 2020.

12″ x 12″ Fuji Film Archival Prints. Under 1” thick clear acrylic. 1/8” thick black acrylic back with hanging hardware.
The Rawness (Ferrari 250)
Ferrari 250 LM Collection. Signed Limited Edition – 10 Pieces

Fuji Film Archival Print Laminated under 1/4” thick clear acrylic with 1/8” thick black acrylic back with hanging hardware.
Bridges to Somewhere
45" x 50" museum prints limited editions of 10 pieces for each size.

Prints are signed and numbered by David Wiener
Hanging out the sunroof of a moving sedan while traversing the RFK bridge in New York made it possible to capture a unique series of images that would normally be impossible, given the traffic, speed, focus and police presence in constant force on this old but elegant piece of engineering. I was able to use the images and the cloud formations to create a piece of art that feels part outer-space and part Star Wars. I love the sensation of floating when performed by extremely heavy constructions. Iron, steel, rivets and welding seem to be lighter-than-air, or maybe breaking through a fog. it’s totally up to the viewer. Most important to me is highlighting the elegance and detail of big structures, like bridges, that so often go unnoticed as people speed by on their way to the next “thing.”
Benetton F1 Berger 1
Benetton Formula One Series 2019.

16″ x 16″ Fuji Film Archival Prints. Under 1” thick clear acrylic. 1/8” thick black acrylic back with hanging hardware.
Ferrari F1 Series 2019 – Trumpets II
Ferrari Formula One Series 2019

12″ x 12″ Fuji Film Archival Prints. Under 1” thick clear acrylic. 1/8” thick black acrylic back with hanging hardware.
Tree Shadows
The Magic of Fish
This image I shot of a snapper blue intrigued me for some reason and I wanted to see it repeated endlessly. I love fish and fishing and memorializing this little guy before he hit the frying pan. Made perfect sense to me.
72 Eyes
I discovered an old Impala in pristine condition while taking a walk up an unlikely road in Park City, Utah. The classic lines, the design of the tail lights, and the glossy colors were a magnet. This piece is created from multiple images.
Park City Skiing
Like many of my pieces, this was inspired by a sudden stop to investigate something unusual. This piece is created from images of an old mine structure on the slopes of the Park City Ski Resort during the winter season.
The Candy Man
Many iconic images of New York have been created, yet few offer an abstract view such as this tapestry-like piece. The Wall Street art commission wanted a non-traditional image that would capture scenes from New York. The Candy Man is comprised of one image – a street vendor selling his wares of candy from his cart. Using my photographic constructs technique, the source photo is replicated creating unique and beautiful patterns from a row of candy bars. Once the viewer enlarges the image, they are amazed by what they discover.
The luxury French fashion house of Hermes is a regular stop for me when I’m in New York City as my mother worked there for 20 years. There’s always someone to visit, and say, “Hello.” On one of my recent visits while shooting images for my Wall Street Commission Series, I noticed the mannequins with their unique shape and colors. I always enjoy discovering elements for my artwork in surprising places.
Take Me To The Plaza
The detailed elegance of the Plaza Hotel’s ceiling caught my eye and inspired this piece. One of New York City’s finest and most enduring hotels is transformed in this piece to a modern abstraction, which is the opposite of everything this hotel represents.
To The Trains
Architectural details of the Milan train station

Repetition, pattern, engineering, structure. These are all elements of the aesthetic world, and are particularly important in my world. I am an observer by nature and by career. Train stations offer a wonderful mixture of engineering, perspective, culture and lifestyle, and all of this combines in my photography and artwork to pull out the beauty that is so often missed in the hustle and bustle of racing through train stations. Click this thumbnail to see the source image I used for the creation of this artwork:
The Weave
Ferrari F430 – Reflections of clouds in the rear fender and tail light.

One of my early pieces and one that reinforced to me the potential of just how powerful the creation of patterns could be. This weave of shapes fairly defies connection to cars or Ferraris yet the elegant shapes work well together. I love the F430 and its raw style and performance. Turning this powerful machine into a work of art has inspired other pieces that I plan to show later this year.
Waterwings is a study in the elegance and flow of natural design. The fin of a False Albacore, related to the tuna, is as much a painting as a bird’s wing, yet it lives under the sea, where most people never get to see the beauty and engineering of one of the most powerful and impressive of the fish world. Caught off the coast of Chatham, Massachusetts, along Monomoy island, on a fly imitating a little squid, this “Albie” shared its awesome power and speed and provided the beautiful details I find amazing beyond description. This is one in a series of sports fish and saltwater flyfishing pieces.
Ferrari LA F
Multiple images of a Ferrari Supercar

This piece marks an intriguing new direction for me as I explore subtle variations in angles, views and light, and how it all interacts to create a sense of motion or action. Something about this piece makes me feel like it’s moving and changing, almost like a sailboat on the wind. My love of automotive design and my career in transforming exotic cars, long before the word, tuner became a popular term promoted by reality television shows, has given me an undying respect for the curves and fabrication required to make them. The look, the feel, the reflectivity all combine to make me want to start sculpting in aerodynamic ways.
23 Le Mans
From the Ferrari Le Mans Series

I grew up reading and dreaming of Le Mans and the massive endurance racers that were as much space ships as cars to my young mind. Porsches, Matras, Ferraris and others hooked me hard and I still get a tingle when in the presence of these rolling artworks. My career has been all about performance and style and that sums up the Ferrari 512 endurance racer that dominated so many global contests. I shot this car at Ferrari early in 2017. Most of the 512s were red – obviously – but the yellow stood out. Most people don’t realize yellow was actually the original color of Ferraris.
F1 Trumpet
From the Ferrari Formula One Series

For anyone who loves cars and racing, perhaps the coolest element of a race engine is the intake trumpet sitting boldly on top of the power-plant. I shot this F1 engine at Ferrari early in 2017. I like taking technical hardware and assemblies and creating abstractions that can be viewed beyond their car connection.
Crossing The Canyon
From the Avasis Commission Series

Another celebration of Park City’s culture of skiing, and the outdoors, is this piece in the Avasis series linking so many chairlifts floating off into space amid cables and towers of steel. The combination of man-made “machinery” in such a wild outdoor space creates a Christmas-ornament and candy string feeling that just feels good to me. The pleasure of corporate art commissions is in mixing the interests of the patron with the freedom of my own expression, working to come up with abstract art that touches a nerve for the many who will see it.
Rolling Home
From the Avasis Commission Series

Another focus of interest at Avasis are airplanes and Airstreams. This piece looks at the construction and materials in producing the windows of the aerodynamically unique Airstream trailer. Aluminum and polycarbonate, with rivets and adhesives make the windows more interesting than might be readily apparent. Upon closer examination though, these shapes and finishes have allowed me to form a new view and a butterfly-like elegance I hadn’t previously considered.