Who is Glenn Bernstein?

Native New Yorker, Glenn Bernstein, trained with conceptual artist Ted Stamm and Andrew Reiss at the Brooklyn Museum Art School for over a decade; his area of study was oil painting and figure drawing. He interned with French-born artist Jean-Jacques Duval, a pioneer in stained glass design and abstract expressionism, and with Judaic artist Fred Spinowitz. Bernstein received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from City University of New York at Brooklyn College, having majored in Art History and Biology. His next five years were spent pursuing a medical degree abroad. On his return, Bernstein continued his artistic pursuits both personally, and publicly as an active member of American Physicians Art Association. He served on the governing boards of the Strand Theater in Lakewood, New Jersey, and the Sweetwater Valley Citizens for the Arts Association, Sweetwater, Tennessee. By invitation, he participated in numerous group shows during his medical career, including one at the Morani Gallery in Philadelphia, at New York’s Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, and in Atlanta. Bernstein has written two novels that probe the physician as artist and artist as physician. He continues to make provocative art.

What does the red dot mean?

The red dot indicates that the art piece has been sold from the store, and it comes from an American gallery tradition to mark pieces as sold by placing a red dot on the information card. This allows the piece to stay on display until the end of the exhibit, but indicate that it has been sold.

How is the price of the artwork determined?

The cost of a work of art reflects all the expenses related to the work, including materials to create and present it, production time, overhead, and shipping fees. In addition, the artist is responsible to those who represent the work, and to his collectors. This ensures the artworks value.

How do I care for my artwork?

To protect your investment at home, never hang your art in direct sunlight or in an area of high humidity, or in the path of a heating/cooling vent. If you have ordered professional framing with us, clean the UV-inhibiting glass by spraying a small amount of ammonia-free cleaner onto a clean, soft, lint-free cloth. Gently press the cloth against the glass and clean in round, circular motions. Never use ammonia products and never spray anything on the glass. Works on wood panels should only be dusted.

Does the artwork come matted and framed?

The price shown in the store does not include matting or framing, but artwork may be framed for an additional price. Please contact Glenn Bernstein to discuss your matting and framing needs. He will arrange for the artwork to be professionally matted and framed prior to shipping. The full cost of framing and matting will be require payment prior to any work being done. Additional shipping costs will be incurred.

Do you offer a payment plan?

Artwork may be purchased using either a debit or credit card through this website. There is no third party installment provider available.

What to do if artwork arrives damaged?

All artwork is carefully packaged to prevent damage. In the unlikely event that a piece of original artwork is damaged during shipping, you will receive a full refund or replacement only if you provide all of the original packing to the carrier for inspection. The refund will be issued to you by the carrier. There are no exceptions to this policy.

What does “© All rights reserved” mean?

It means that Glenn Bernstein is the sole legal owner of his intellectual property and he reserves all of the rights associated with that ownership. Buying/owning a physical piece does not constitute any reproduction rights. Federal and international copyright laws strictly prohibit reproduction of any kind, including but not limited to electronic reproduction without prior written authorization from Glenn Bernstein. Unauthorized reproduction creates significant legal liability and penalties. Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.