The Greenwood Lake Public Library, located at 79 Waterstone Rd. in Greenwood Lake, will present an Art Gallery exhibit of works by Warwick resident, Elliot Belokostolsky, during the month of April.
Belokostolsky took a specific interest in art by doodling and experimenting through his middle and high school years. He received his Bachelors degree in computer art from SUNY Oneonta. Through all the art classes this degree required, Belokostolsky developed a style that was the foundation for his work today.
His work began as dripped ink onto white paper, and the action and freedom it presented him was addictive. He creates abstract work that reflects high and low energy flows from a high state of consciousness. His ever-evolving style has been applied to everything from cars and shoes to coffee mugs and walls, and displayed from the Hudson Valley to Manhattan.
Currently, Belokostolsky is Warwick’s Artist in Residence. His painted sculpture, Cosmo the Bear, sits on Warwick’s Railroad Green, where viewers are encouraged to touch it and take photographs. He will donate 20 percent of the art sales from this exhibit to the Greenwood Lake Skate Park initiative.
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