David Berkowitz Chicago is a contemporary painter based in Chicago. He is born on January 30, 1943, in Aurora. He moved to Chicago. There he enrolled in the School of
David Berkowitz Chicago is a contemporary painter based in Chicago. He is born on January 30, 1943, in Aurora. He moved to Chicago. There he enrolled in the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. However, he never graduated from the academy.
David found his passion for painting when he was 26 years old. He suffered a spine injury during a football match and was hospitalized. The time he spent in the hospital, he dedicated to painting. Then he realized his real passion and decided to dedicate his whole life to that profession.
David Berkowitz Chicago enrolled in the Village art group. His paintings distinguished from the paintings of the other artists in the group. He has his own style and he uses specific elements that make him stand out from the group.
Water, pumpkin, as a symbol of wealth (when the pumpkin is big and the corn is big), farm, granary, and bareback horses are the most used specific elements in David Berkowitz Chicago’s paintings.
The element that What gives unrestrained freedom in his paintings are the bareback horses.