Maya Weber

last updated 4/6/2018

Maya Weber

Faculty at Washington Studio School

2129 S Street, NW, Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, United States
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(202) 234-3030

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Orientation Leader - Northern Virginia Community College


MFA - painting , American University

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Maya Weber
Maya Weber

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Maya Weber, S&P Global Platts
Maya Weber is a reporter and editor with Inside FERC and Gas Daily, published by S&P Global Platts. She has over a decade of experience covering Washington, including stints reporting on environmental policy for Inside Washington Publishers and on environment and energy for National Journal's Congress Daily. She began at Platts as a stringer based in Southeast Asia and has worked there as a managing editor of electric power publications and as a real-time news desk editor. She also has a Masters of Fine Arts in painting, has exhibited her work and taught, most recently at the Washington Studio School in Dupont Circle.

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Green Plant" 22x30"  inches, acrylic on paper mounted on board 2012-2013 Maya Weber is an artist and teacher whose work investigates rhythms of color derived from organic forms.
Her recent paintings focus on the dance of color planes through complex still lifes; She immersed herself in painting as a second career after having worked as a journalist for more than a decade. She studied art at the Washington Studio School and Chautauqua School of Art, and received her MFA in painting from American University in 2003. She is a faculty member at the Washington Studio School and has taught at Montgomery College in Rockville, MD and Northern Virginia Community College in Alexandria, VA. Her most recent solo show, "Color in Motion," was at the Orchard Art Gallery in Bethesda, MD. She has been included in national juried and invitational shows at such venues First Street Gallery in New York, Touchstone Gallery, the Sarah Silberman Art Gallery at Montgomery College, and the Wilson Gallery in Anderson University in Indiana. She lives in Washington, DC.

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