Emil Silberman, nationally recognized artist from New York, is able to evoke an emotional response from each sculpture he creates. A sculptor since the age of 3, today Emil’s techniques have evolved to include forms in such mediums as plaster and mixed-media, and have included installations and site-specific work.
Whether his art reflects tragedy, flaw, rebellion, struggle, social inequality, or just the comedies of life, he expresses it all through the eyes of a physician. “By a strange turn of fate, I became a physician in the Emergency Room of an inter-city hospital in Queens, NY. To my surprise my work as a physician has greatly influenced my sculptures, from the prevalence of raw emotions to the daily images of distorted anatomy.”
As a sculptor and Assistant Director of the Emergency room for Jamaica hospital in Queens, his exquisite pieces are a channel through which he can express his emotions and ultimately heal himself from the stresses of his medical career. Having traveled throughout the world, Emil is able to incorporate his travels and his profession to utilize his rare gift and master his distinctive art forms. These emotion-driven works by Emil Silberman often depict a sense of humor, resulting in pieces which are meant as a parody or social commentary.
“My work, to the viewer, has continued to evoke an emotional response and true sense of appreciation for what each work represents,” Silberman said.
Born in Riga, Latvia (former USSR) in 1960, Emil has lived in Israel and the Dominican Republic, but now resides in New York. His work is in private collections nationwide and has been collected by many.
Hans Haveron is an internationally known visual artist and muralist spending most of his time in between NYC, LA and Miami. For the last 12 years he has been showing worldwide along the sides of many heavy hitters such as Shepard Fairey, David Lynch, Alex Grey, Audrey Kawasaki, El Mac, Retna, Kofie, Mear One, John Park, Android Jones, YOKII and many more. Alongside of these “ART” projects, Haveron is also a 892 Union Costume Designer in the Hollywood film machine.
Gaining popularity quick in biz for his signature style body costuming with airbrush which is now a hugely popular trend on the west coast. He has been able to work on many films, music videos, commercials and Fashion Week events with top ranking clients from Disney, Britney Spears, Tim Burton, and GQ (Britain
Kent Allen Jones is a sculptor and makeup artist specialized in animatronics, puppets and special effects makeup who worked as sculptor on Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home and for Bob Jean Productions on Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Jones worked as sculptor on the fantasy adventure Big Trouble in Little China (1986), the crime movie The Big Easy(1986), the comic adaptation Masters of the Universe (1987, with Todd McIntosh, Gerald Quist, June Westmore, and Michael Westmore), the science fiction film Predator (1987, with Jeff Dawn and James R. Scribner), the action thriller Die Hard (1988, with Paul Abascal, Wes Dawn, Josée Normand, and Jim Kail), the fantasy comedy Beetle Juice (1988), the science fiction sequel Back to the Future Part II (1989, with Ellis Burman, Jr., Hazel Catmull, and Kenny Myers), the comedy Look Who’s Talking (1989), the fantasy sequel Ghostbusters II (1989), the science fiction film The Abyss (1989), the drama Dances with Wolves (1990), the fantasy adventure Hook (1991), the comedy sequel Honey, I Blew Up the Kid (1992), the science fiction sequel Alien³ (1992), the fantasy comedy Death Becomes Her (1992), and the comic adaptation Batman Forever (1995).
Beside working on the television series Captain Power, Cyberforce, and Misfits of Science, Jones also worked on the drama Ed Wood (1994), the fantasy film Jumanji (1995), the science fiction blockbuster Starship Troopers(1997), the comic sequel Batman & Robin (1997), the remake Godzilla (1998), the science fiction comedy Galaxy Quest (1999), the fantasy thriller The Cell (2000), the science fiction film The One (2001), the science fiction remakeThe Time Machine (2002), the comic adaptations Spider-Man 2 (2004) and Superman Returns (2006, directed byBryan Singer), the superhero movie Hancock (2008), the thriller Angels & Demons (2009), the fantasy adventure The Last Airbender (2010), and the science fiction film TRON: Legacy (2010).