Richard Weinberger attended The Art Student's League,
The High School of Art and Design and The School of
Visual Arts in New York City.
He began a career in advertising art and graphic design
working at several different agencies and studios.
Painting was still his passion and in 1969, he left the U.S.
to live and paint in Munich, Germany for three years.
In 1979, he moved to San Francisco, CA and worked for a
time as the art director for a small advertising firm.
Richard moved to San Rafael in 1991 with his wife and
son. He began taking studio classes at The College of
Marin with Jack Scott and Larry Bencich and has been
painting ever since.
He maintains a studio in Greenbrae, CA.
His work has been shown at various galleries in the Bay
Area and several of his pieces are in private collections.
He is a member of The Marin Society of Artists, Studio
28 Artist's Group and ArtWorks Downtown.