AMERICAN ABSTRACT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER
Netter was a former Jesuit priest who entered art with Abstract or Action paintings. By 2006, Netter had become a devotee and practitioner of Zen Meditation. He retired as Dean of the College of Fine Arts at Jacksonville University among other scholarly appointments. Netter was experiencing inner peace in the tranquil surroundings of his farmhouse in the Loire Valley, France when he shifted focus to paint landscapes in a minimalist style in order to capture the special light of the region and to make a meaningful offer of serenity.
- Art Knowledge News, artknowledgenews.com, January 2008.
- “Perfume of the Loire Valley,” La Nouvelle Republique, November 12, 2009.