Berger’s work reflects his university, government, and private industry work experience in American Indian culture, the physical sciences, and the environment. He creates 2 and 3 dimensional wall art – commonly from 4 square feet to 9 square feet in size. The work blends cubist, impressionist, and realist elements. The medium is exotic and native woods and some of his creations incorporate natural elements such as rocks, branches, and shells. Each work usually combine the natural grains, colors, and textures of 7 or more woods and is finished with a natural wood frame. All of the art is hand worked and all the woods are left in their natural untreated state, only natural oils are used.
He produces original works of art and will also do commissions. He maintains a large inventory of completed works at his Studio in Melbourne, and his Florida home. You can phone him at 703.655.5996 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to view his work or to request digital images.
His has been exhibited at the Brevard Art Museum as part of their 2007 juried competition. Berger has displayed his artwork in several public venues as part of the 2008 and 2009 Brevard Cultural Alliance Public Art program, including Holmes Regional Medical Center and the Melbourne International Airport. He was one of 6 artists chosen to participate in the 2007 Indialantic, FL Annual Emerging Artists “Intimate Gallery Showcase”. He has also participated in the Boca Raton Museum of Art 22nd Outdoor Juried Art Festival 2008.