Geometric Surrealism on View
at Harrison Public Library

The Harrison Public Library presents Geometric Surrealism by Harrison resident Eric Zoback on view March 6 to April 1. A Meet the Artist reception will be held on March 19 from 2 to 4pm.


“I began painting at an early age due to the influence of my father, a well-known abstract artist,” noted Zoback. “Through the years, I developed a unique and individualistic style and technique. Other surrealist artists such as Salvador Dali, Victor Vasarely, Rene Magritte, Yaacov Agam, and a few others, had a tremendous influence on my style, which I call, ‘Geometric Surrealism.’


“My paintings come to life on the various canvases in a gentle, pleasing blend of color, form, and design. By using subtle color gradations and geometric shapes I bring a new experience and dimension to my art. I have exhibited in some of the largest art shows on the east coast, along with winning many awards for acrylic painting, and many of my paintings grace the walls of both private and public collections.”


The artist continues, “My paintings show my moods, my inner thoughts, the metaphysical part of my subconscious. They convey no significant message. Only the message I and the painting share at a particular moment. It is not important whether the viewer understands the moment, but it should leave the viewer pleased with the experience.”


For more information, call the Library at 914-835-0324.