The Art of Philip Gerstein

The Glorious Union of Greenland with Iceland | Philip Gerstein | Scene4 Magazine | October 2020 | www.scene4.com

The Glorious Union of Greenland with Iceland
Completed late in 2018, is 30x30 inches (76x76 cm), and painted on a deep cradled wood panel into which some of the underlying layers were initially poured. The materials are oil stick, acrylic, glitter, & crystal textural medium. This painting was shown in Boston in late Winter 2019, at an exhibition appropriately titled "Ice", and is currently in my art studio in Boston's South End.


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Born and raised in Moscow, USSR, PHILIP GERSTEIN began exhibiting his work in the 1980's with the Boston Visual Artists Union, after pursuing a PhD in Art History at Harvard University.  He studied painting at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and Japanese calligraphy with Toshu Ogawa. Philip has been exhibiting in NYC, Provincetown MA, and very extensively in the Boston area, as well as organizing and curating painting and photography shows. His work has been reviewed, reproduced and praised in numerous publications, including The Boston Globe, ArtScope Magazine, and Art New England, and he is the author of the prize-winning essay, "Art of Color: Beauty in art comes in so many forms; art of color is a special case of it." International Painting Annual 4. 1st. Cincinnati: Manifest Press, 2014. More at: http://www.PhilipGerstein.com

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