Based in New York City and Water Mill, Long Island, contemporary American artist Ronald Weintraub has been drawing, painting and exploring popular culture through his signature mixed media collages. Weintraub studied art part-time at the Parsons School, the Art Students League and the National Academy School and privately with painter Ross Neher. He has exhibited his works at the Salander-O’Reilly Galleries, Ellen Liman Gallery and the Katonah Art Museum.

His literary contributions include a chapter on semiotics in “On Signs” edited by Marshall Blonsky and published by the Johns Hopkins University Press in 1985 and a forward to “American Mythologies” by author Marshall Blonsky and published by Oxford University Press in 1992.

Weintraub has led a distinguished business career in leading a range of companies that include Fortune 500 brands to being the publisher of The New York Sun newspaper. Like his artwork, Weintraub has his pulse on innovative ideas as an investor in technology start-ups as a member of the New York Angels and HBS Angels. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California and attended Harvard Business School.