Bio

Darcy Gerbarg is a Pioneer Digital Artist. She creates her work using both the latest digital technologies and traditional Fine Art techniques. She is an Abstract Expressionist painter with traditional Art training who currently paints with Colored Light in a 3DVR world, creating AR and VR Artworks and Interactive, Immersive Environments. She exhibits her work in Art Museums, Fairs, and Galleries. Her work is available on canvas, paper, and ceramics.

Gerbarg's Art is in Art museums, corporate and private collections, and is offered through Galleries and Art Fairs. Her 3D animation "Raffles City" was distributed in 1984.

 

Gerbarg's Immersive-Interactive work has been recently exhibited at the CADAF Miami Art Fair ,December 2019 and CADAF Online Art Fair 2020. Her Digital Paintings were featured at the Hampton's Virtual Art Fair 2020. Darcy's Painting and Sculpture Garden, exhibited at BRCvr2020 and Gerbarg's 3DVR Art Gallery Exhibition 2020 ccan be experienced in AltspaceVR, by appointment .

 

Gerbarg was a student at the NY Studio School for Drawing, Painting, Sculpture in New York City In the early 1970's . As a child she took painting classes in the studios of Woodstock artists. Gerbarg has a long history of printmaking with master printmakers Krishna Reddy, viscosity etching; Ronni Henning, serigraphs; and Kathy Caraccio, viscosity etching and monoprints.

 

Gerbarg taught the first Computer Art course for artists, in the New York metropolitan area, in 1980, in her Chelsea Loft, on her own custom 24 bit computer graphics system, for NYU. She launched and Directed the first SIGGRAPH Art Shows, Started and Directed the world's first MFA in Computer Art Program, in an art college, at the School of Visual Arts in NYC. Gerbarg was as an adjunct professor in Computer Art, at SUNY Stony Brook and NYU for many years.