Eric March

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Building, 2009 Oil On Canvas 22 X 30 © Eric March
Destruction of the Vinegar Hill Power Plant, 2009 Oil On Canvas 12"X18" © Eric March
Beer Farm Grain Leg, 2009 Oil On Canvas 9"X12" © Eric March
Mercedes and John, 2004 Oil On Canvas 21"X18' © Eric March
Paula, 2007 Oil On Canvas 36"X38" © Eric March
Raoul, 2004 Oil On Canvas 16"X18" © Eric March
Quick Facts
Birth year
Lives in
Long Island City, NY
Works in
Long Island City, NY
Indiana University, 1999, BFA
The Art Students League of New York
Representing galleries
Park Slope Gallery - Brooklyn, Studio21south - North Adams
landscape, figurative

I am a New York City-based artist, designer, and teacher living in Long Island City, Queens. I grew up in Libertyville, IL and came to New York in 2001 after completing my BFA at Indiana University. Once in New York I dove into the art scene, showing in group shows in Manhattan and studying privately with Andy Reiss and at the Art Students League.
I had my first solo show, A Brooklyn Year, at Park Slope Gallery in 2006. It was a show of paintings, drawings, and prints of Brooklyn cityscapes. The show was a success and a second solo show at Park Slope Gallery followed in October of 2009. This show, Moments in Time: Queens to Coney Island, featured cityscapes of the beach at Coney Island and industrial scenes in Long Island City along with other subjects.

New York has been a continual source of inspiration for my work. The magnetism of the city that first brought me here continues to enthrall me. The architecture, pace, opportunity, and exciting and confounding mix of peoples here continues to teach me new lessons about how to see our world and how society works.