Anina Gerchick is a painter, landscape architect and public installation artist whose work explores experiences of illusionistic and physical space. Her work fuses these disciplines in designs for public art that combine ecological functionality and enhancement of urban public space with the aesthetic directions of her paintings. Gerchick’s paintings invoke both both reverie and immediacy.
Working primarily with oil paint– on surfaces ranging from copper to canvas to wood, Gerchick wields technical painting craftsmanship to create lush light effects, illusionistic spaces, and direct brushwork.
Gerchick has exhibited in New York City at chashama 126, The Kitchen, The Last Brucennial, Woodward Gallery and other state and international venues. Her ecological public art projects, BIRDLINK, have been installed in four New York City sites since 2018.
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