RESUME OF GEOFFREY E LEVITT
I want my work to engage the imagination of the viewer, to be elegant and to be fun. I experiment with color, lines and shapes. My work is contemporary and colorful. Not being afraid of using bold color much of my work ends up very vibrant and full of bold color. I also create mobiles because I love their movement and three dimensional effect. I like to think my drawings also reflect this motion of my mobiles. I work in acrylic mostly and enhance them with ink. My multi media pieces use some of these same concepts. I am largely a self taught artist and owe my love of art to my father, Edward Levitt, a Disney Artist, who encouraged me and demonstrated what good art.
I was a member of Experimental Artists for years and have also exhibited with them. I have also in the past exhibited with the AV Wild Bunch. I Am proud of having had nine solo shows.
My "formal" art training includes classes at Otis Parsons, Yosemite Art Center, Robert Burridge, John Campbell Folk Art School, and Antelope Valley College.
Gallery 825, West Hollywood; Art Pic, North Hollywood; MOAH, Lancaster; MOAH Cedar Center, Lancaster; The Latino Art Museum, Pomona; San Fernando Valley Art and Community Center. Tarzana; Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana; dA Center for the Arts, Pomona; The Shirt Factory Gallery, Glens Falls, NY; Edwards AFB Library, Edwards; Pavo Real Gallery, Lake Hughes; Art Center Gallery, Ventura; Art Slam 2015, de Young Museum, San Francisco; Townes Burr Gallery, Burbank; Antelope Valley College Art Gallery, Lancaster; Allied Artists Gallery in Lancaster; Courage Kennedy International Art Show; Minneapolis; Palmdale Playhouse, Palmdale
Use of my work in The Entertainment Industry:
Possible Productions, The Affair; Unthinkable Productions/Unthinkable; 20th Century Fox,"24" Series; Raadical Media. Cisco; Hungryman, Microsoft; Blind Decker, House of Lies; The Director's Bureau, Corona; Paul Weiland Film Co, Dole; Open 4 Business, Go On.
I am represented by Gallery 825 on La Cienga in Los Angeles, Art Pic Gallery in North Hollywood and Graphic Experience in Lancaster California.
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