Created and Sold by Dina Bursztyn

Dina Bursztyn
Art & Wall Decor by Dina Bursztyn seen at 312 West 49th Street, New York, New York - Gargoyles to Scare Developers

Gargoyles to Scare Developers

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A series of 36 gargoyles installed in Manhattan, Bronx and Brooklyn
Funded by the Urban Homesteading Board and Art Matters.

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Dina Bursztyn

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Contemporary Artifacts

Dina Bursztyn's work encompasses a wide variety of media: sculpture, ceramics, mixed media, public art, works on paper, artist's books, poetry, children's books. She has been awarded several public art commissions, among others, by NYC MTA's Arts & Design, NYC Percent for the Arts and the Public Art Fund. Her work has been shown extensively in the US and abroad: including Art in General, Artists Space, Dia Art Foundation, Neuberger Museum, Center for Book Arts, Instituto de Artes Graficas in Oaxaca, Mexico, Samuel Dorsky Museum, Woodstock Artixts Association and Museum, among others. Bursztyn's work can be found in private and public collections such as at the NYC Central Library Collection of Prints and Artist’s Books and Muller-Schwam in Germany.
She has been awarded numerous grants and residencies by Art Matters, New York Foundation for the Arts, New York Council on the Arts, Lower East Side Printshop, Bronx Museum, Altos de Chavon, Dominican Republic and others. Her work has been featured in the New York Times, the Daily News, Village Voice, NPR, Double Take and in numerous books, journals and catalogues. She currently divides her time between NYC and Catskill, NY, where she co-owns the Open Studio gallery.