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Robert Bery is a New York City artist  who works in painting, sculpture, and mixed media.  Through his art,  Bery promotes peaceful euphoric themes and has said "My intention is to reflect, challenge and inspire the viewer through color and image."  
 
 
In his youth, during archaeological excavations in Israel, Bery discovered his passion for art and after a period of reflection, he decided to focus his talents to foster communication and unity among peoples; and art would be his vehicle.  Following the Yom Kippur War, Bery devoted himself fully to his artistic pursuits, studying at the Ecole Des Beaux of the Arts in Paris and at the studios of Henry Moore and Jacques Lipchitz in Italy.
 
 
Bery's work aims to promote positivity in the midst of the ever- dueling opposing forces of love and hate.  He is determined to advance peaceful globalization, to discourage egotistical hubris, and to celebrate life and its rituals. His works often incorporate numerals to signify the importance of numbers both as a human universal and as a representation of monetary value.  His subjects range from weddings to sports, and often include the exploration of traditionally "feminine pursuits" such  as sewing and housekeeping.  Bery's work is full of color and energy.
 
 
His art has been shown at the Miami Museum of Art, Soho West in Santa Monica, Brooklyn Children's Museum, Artopia in New York, Gallery Function Art, Blum Helman Warehouse, and several other notable galleries. Art works by Bery are in the private collections of Bill and  Hillary Clinton, David Bowie, Willem Dafoe, Alec Baldwin, Benjamin Bratt, the Smithsonian Institute, the Federal Reserve Bank, and many others.
 
 
Underlying his vision are themes that inform his diverse ecumenical art works. Bery explores aspects of his “feminine” side, through the activity of machine sewing, to create larger than life, complex, vibrant soft cloth sculptures, which reflect the erotic underpinnings of everyday male‐female interactions. The pleasure he takes in life’s gift of sensation virtually bursts from his works, radiating the energetic essence that the sense of touch embodies.






Robert Bery, Fine Artist


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Robert Bery is a New York City artist who works in painting, sculpture, and mixed media.  Through his art, Bery promotes peaceful themes and has said "My intention is to reflect, challenge and inspire the viewer through color and image."



In his youth, during archaeological excavations in Israel, Bery discovered his passion for art.  After a period of reflection, he decided to focus his talents to foster communication and unity among peoples, and art would be his vehicle.  Following the Yom Kippur War, Bery devoted himself fully to his artistic pursuits, studying at the Ecole Des Beaux Arts in Paris and at the studios of Henry Moore and Jacques Lipshitz in Italy.





Bery's work aims to promote positivity in the midst of the ever-dueling opposing forces of love and hate.  He is determined to advance peaceful globalization, to discourage egotistical hubris, and to celebrate life and its rituals.  His works often incorporate numerals to signify the importance of numbers both as a human universal and as a representation of monetary value.  His subjects range from weddings to sports, and often include the exploration of traditionally "feminine pursuits" such as sewing and housekeeping.  Bery's work is full of color and energy.




His art has been shown at the Miami Museum of Art, Soho West in Santa Monica, Brooklyn Children's Museum, Artopia in New York, Gallery Function Art, Blum Helman Warehouse, and several other notable galleries.  Pieces by Bery are in the private collections of Bill and Hillary Clinton, David Bowie, Willem Dafoe, Alec Baldwin, Benjamin Bratt, the Smithsonian Institute, the Federal Reserve Bank, and many others.
Underlying his vision are themes that inform his diverse ecumenical art works. Bery explores aspects of his “feminine” side, through the activity of machine sewing, to create larger than life, complex, vibrant soft cloth sculptures, which reflect the erotic underpinnings of everyday male‐female interactions. The pleasure he takes in life’s gift of sensation virtually bursts from his works, radiating the energetic essence that the sense of touch embodies.
Please join us as we journey through the life and honor
one of the most kind, memorable and inspiring artists' of the 21st century.



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Sculpture is the branch of the visual arts that operates in three dimensions. It is one of the plastic arts. Durable sculptural processes originally used carving and modelling, in stone, metal, ceramics, wood and other materials but, since Modernism, there has been an almost complete freedom of materials and process.

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