ED DABROWSKI - BIO
Ed Dabrowski was born in Rochdale, England, the son of Holocaust survivors who fled Poland after WWII.
In 1978 Ed graduated from Forham University with a degree in journalism. He didn't begin working in the visual arts until he was well into his fifties.
In 2013 he was introduced to the Art Curator of Studio Around the Corner in the Village of Brewster, NY, by a mutual friend. This meeting led to his first solo exhibit 'B Who U R'.
'B Who U R', which featured his large and vibrant works, was so successful he was asked back to do his second solo exhibit, 'Better Get Hit In Your Soul', at the Studio in 2016.
In August of 2019 Dabrowski was invited to exhibit his work in yet another solo show, 'Rock It', at the Putnam Arts Council in Mahopac, NY.
In addition to his work being in private collections his work has been exhibited extensively in the area.
I was living in the Kingsbridge Heights section of the Bronx when graffiti stormed the art world. I loved the wild exuberant energy I'd see on passing subway cars, random walls and public structures.
Somehow graffiti worked its way into my artist's psyche. Without being a graffiti artist I hope its influence is vividly channeled in my work.
For more information, contact Ed at firstname.lastname@example.org or 845-821-4509