Gregg Rosen and Harriet Finck at S.H.E. Gallery

Gregg Rosen recently had at exhibit at S.H.E. Gallery, entitled Boonton Bauhaus, featuring Gregg’s work and that of Harriet Finck.

Gregg connected with his talent as an artist at age five, drawing images for his grandfather. He later attended New York City’s School of Visual Arts, studying under Judith Linhares, Nachume Miller, and Marilyn Minter. Gregg cites seeing a Richard Diebenkorn retrospective at the Whitney as a turning point in the way he would see and objectify the painted surface. His captivating structural landscapes are interpretations based on the linearity and structures of landscapes. Gregg is featured in a new book called Abstractions 2010 — a collection of the work of 20 contemporary abstract artists.

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About Gregg

Gregg Rosen is an artist who has been a resident of the greater New York metropolitan area his entire life. At the ages of four and five years old, he would make drawings for his grandfather. These drawings were mostly childlike scribbling of Disney characters. Drawing one day at age five,suddenly, cognitive recognition struck.”I knew I could do this” said Mr. Rosen. “It just made sense.” An artist’s hand was born.