Contemporary “Rock N’ Roll” artist, Jason Gluskin, has just released his first limited edition series of printed artwork on canvas now for sale in the West Village of New York City and on
The series is comprised of his eight most popular paintings printed on high quality canvas at 30″ wide, each limited at 100 pieces.  The series encompasses a variety of vibrant, colorful music and city-themed compositions Gluskin has created over the past several years including:

· The Jazz Trio
· When I Paint My Masterpiece (Featuring Bob Dylan and The Band)

· Po Man’s Blues
·  NYC Nights
· City of Lights (Times Square)
· Central Park South
· Prove It All Night (featuring Bruce Springsteen, Clarence Clemons, & Steven Van Zant)
· Lady Liberty

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“Over the past few years art collectors have purchased most of my original artwork. I’ve been flattered by the response. I wanted to offer these pieces in a limited run on high-quality canvas.” Said Gluskin.

This series is available in New York City at The Paint Box Gallery, located on Hudson Street at Christopher Street in the West Village, as well as direct through Jason Gluskin’s website.  The price per piece is $325 per canvas and $425 for custom/ hand-painted prints on canvas.

“I want to make sure my work is available in some form to anyone who wants access.  Art and music are so important to making the world a brighter place.”

Jason will have a solo art show at The Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood NJ for the month of August, as well as a show in Times Square in December 2011 at the Bread and Roses Public High School for the Arts.

Gluskin’s work has been classified as energetic, whimsical, colorful and musical. His vibrant works on canvas are inspired by the rhythm and flow of urban life.  Jason has been dubbed a “Rock N’ Roll Painter” by the press as he has painted Jazz, Rock, Blues, Dance and other various music-themed compositions.

Gluskin experimented in illustration and other creative outlets before he began he started paintings. His work has been shown around NYC and has generated significant press. Jason has been featured on television and he has been profile in a short film. He has sold many originals paintings and prints to collectors and has a global following.

He has learned that the ability to create is a craft that must be developed and nurtured. Gluskin is currently inspired by European Expressionism, Cubism and the masters as well as contemporary artists.

Jason is committed to adding something authentic and positive to the world of art. His is always developing and challenging himself artistically, stays close to his loyal fans across the world and is dedicated to making a difference in the greater community.


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