My intent is to create a mythic dreamscape that explores the balance between the spiritual and the abstract. The artistic result is that reality looks somewhat unreal and traces of humanity are felt by the evocation of ancient memories.
The use of multiple media allows me the flexibility to capture and convey the mystery of light in the exploration of new artistic areas that help redefine the preconceived notions of what photographic art really is.
The Mystery of Light
Gerard Giliberti is a multimedia artist who uses photography and digital imagery to create abstract, surrealistic images that bring the viewer into a new visual world. Having pursued a classical New York Fine Arts education including photography, oil and watercolor painting, illustration, silk screening and various printmaking techniques, including archival photographic processing techniques, Giliberti laid the foundation for his unique ability to see simple images among complex textures.
Giliberti's work has been exhibited in the acclaimed Guild Hall of East Hampton, the 19th Century walls of the Parrish Art Museum in Southampton, as well as Ashawagh Hall, situated in the historic East Hampton art conclave of The Springs, where such luminaries as Jackson Pollack and de Kooning began their careers.
As an integral part of the East End art world in East Hampton New York, Giliberti's expressive work and altruistic involvement in the art community has affected many artists of the region.