This painting portrays purple flowers in a blue vase, artistically transformed into an enchanting impressionist style. It's an acrylic painting on primed board. It is beautifully framed in a thick cherry wood frame, overall size 10-1/2" x 10-1/2". Ready for hanging. Add a touch of elegance to any room. SOLD Thank you
Thought about giving flowers to a loved one? Here's a stunning pink rose that will last forever. It's the gift that keeps on giving, day after day, from generation to generation. Add a touch of elegance to your home. SOLD - Thank you!
Step into a world of metaphor and imagination with this painting of two roses. Explore the infinite possibilities of the universe, and how they relate to you and your partner. Love is one word I come up with. SOLD - Thank you!
"Gerard, I gave the prints of Indy's portrait to her grandparents this Christmas, and they were so, so happy. The prints of my daughter's portrait were probably the greatest gifts I have ever given my parents or in-laws. I can't thank you enough." _Jeff L
If you are a dog-lover, then you know your pup is your best friend, protector, helper, and in some cases, lifesaver. Your pup happily greets you each day, lifts you up when you're down, makes you smile, and is a loving, loyal companions forever and ever!
Over the years I've painted many head studies, mostly from life. A few master copies, as well. I'm now offering these paintings at very tempting prices for those interested in owning an original work of art. I hope you enjoy these studies as much as I did when I painted them.
Amid the hustle, bustle, concrete, and steel that make up Manhattan Island, Central Park is a welcomed oasis. One of the park’s most recognizable sights is the famous Gapstow Bridge. Having appeared in countless movies and TV shows, it is a major attraction, offering one of the best views of the NYC skyline.
In my painting, “Central Park in Summer,” the bridge stretches gracefully across the park’s lake. An enormous variety of foliage in the foreground acts as a lush foil against the cool, hard surface of the bridge. The city's skyline peeks through the trees.
Welcome to Central Park in the Summer
This is the original watercolor painting "The Carousel of Life" by Gerard Bianco. It depicts a nostalgic image of the bright lights, the intense colors, and the excitement of a carnival carousel. You can almost hear the music streaming through the pipe organ. This symbolic scene captures the moment the horses wait for you to hop on. Should you accept, better hold on tight and prepare for a thrilling ride. Everyone loves the carousel!
Hop Aboard The Carousel of Life
This painting was inspired by one of Maine's many charming seaports and villages nestled along the coast. Old fishing shacks, boats and buoys, perhaps a restaurant on the dock that serves lobster, brought in seconds before by a fishermen working the waters. A journey back in time. Sit a spell. Enjoy the peace and serenity of Maine.
Welcome to Brian's Boats
Gerard is an award-winning artist, author, and teacher with over 50 years' experience in the art world. He studied painting, portraiture, and design in NYC at the Art Students League and the School of Visual Arts. He paints in oils, watercolor, acrylic, and pastel. His portraits and illustrations hang in numerous corporate and private collections throughout the U.S. He lives in Maine.
Gerard works in oil, watercolor, charcoal, and mixed media.
"I've never been hesitant about using whatever tools needed to communicate my intentions. I love painting the New England coast. However, painting commissions have taken me to other parts of the country.
Let me know if you have a request."
"I'm often asked how I get my ideas for stories and paintings.
I'm inspired to paint out of love of color, value, line, and shapes. A face, a hand, a smile, a gesture, a landscape, a metal puppy on a game board.
Ideas for stories sometime pop into my head. Other times, the first line of the story speaks to me, and then I feel compelled to write the rest of it."