DINA BRODSKY

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Dina Brodsky is a contemporary realist painter. Known for her miniaturist style, her highly detailed depictions of urban interiors, natural environments, and unsuspecting human and animal subjects are evocative of renaissance portraiture and landscape. Brodsky often paints on small circular surfaces, forcing viewers to move closer to the work. She was drawn to miniature painting from her study of Islamic miniature art and medieval illuminated manuscripts, whose techniques she combined with those of classical painting. She is amongst a group of contemporary realist painters, such as Timothy Barr and Hollis Dunlap. Born in 1981 in Minsk, Belarus, she moved to the United States at the age of 10, and received her BFA at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst and an MFA from the New York Academy of Art in 2006. She has taught in several institutions, including the Castle Hill Center for the Arts, the Long Island Academy of Fine Art, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 

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VIRTUAL WALK-THROUGH OF MANIC BOTANIC Hosted by The Blue Review Project Space, curated by Garvey|Simon and Dina Brodsky

Join us in our virtual gallery for a stay-at-home walk-through of our exhibition, Manic Botanic. 

Manic Botanic Exhibition Catalog
Exhibition explores pleasure and gratification Playtime featured in ArtDaily
Dina Brodsky: Capturing the World in Miniature
Dina Brodsky: Capturing the World in Miniature
Miniature Bird Paintings in Gouache by Dina Brodsky
The Captivating Journey of Dina Brodsky’s Miniature Paintings