Mitchell Visoky

category: Visual,

Contact & Info


Phone: 914-948-9483


Artist Statement

Mitchell J. Visoky, from White Plains, N.Y., is a visual artist and art educator. He works primarily in the process of monotypes (one-of-a-kind prints), encaustic (pigmented wax) painting in addition to collage, mixed media, fused glass, and painting. He seeks out unique qualities from nature and the environment for his inspiration in both his abstract and realistic works. "I work in a direct process with the media. I feel it gives the viewer an image that is fresh and unique. I work toward developing layers of color to create a history, movement, spontaneity and mystery. I strive to give the viewer a personal dialogue between the themselves and the work". He is presently working on a body of work that incorporates portraiture and the veiled image. He has exhibited his work regionally and locally at the Flat Iron Gallery, Pelham Art Center, Rockland Center for the Arts, Muscarelle Museum, Vanderbuilt Museum, Castle Gallery, Silvermine Print Biennial, the Hammond Museum, Broome St. Gallery, Salmagundi Gallery, and the Watchung Art Center and Weber Fine Art. He is a member of Silvermine Art Center (CT) and the Mamaroneck Artists Guild (NY). He has a studio at 168A Irving Ave., Port Chester, NY. Studio visits upon request.

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