Alberte Bernier Fine Art                                    

Alberte Bernier


Alberte Bernier

Alberte Bernier



Alberte Bernier is a visual artist who lives in New York City.  Painting, to her, represents a profound source of freedom as well as a desire to convey human emotion and fantasy.  She works in various mediums: oil, acrylic, charcoal, textile, mixed media and she incorporates found objects gathered from various landscapes into her work.

Alberte holds a BA from City College, an MA from New York University.  She studied painting at the Art Students League and also with the gifted art teacher Edla Cusick.  She currently collaborates with consultant and filmmaker Louise Fleming.  She has exhibited at the Jadite Gallery, NYC, the New York State Museum, Albany, hob’art gallery, New Jersey, the Art Center of Northern New Jersey, Scope, NY, CaFA Fair, Barbados.
Alberte has traveled to numerous countries for cultural research including Canada, China, England, India, Italy, Mexico Morocco, Switzerland and Vietnam.
She was recently featured in singer-composer Tecla Esposito’s artful fantasy music video entitled “Fake Tears”.        

       I am a visual artist who lives in New York City. My art pieces are set in color contrasts that infuse intensity and tone. They display a backdrop of multi-layered hues that reflect the human experience, evoking emotion and fantasy. I am inspired by the earth and the sea and by the amazing varieties of colors that cross my eyes during my travels.

          I use various media: oil, acrylic, charcoal, pastel, mirrors and textile that create scenes where symbolism, expression and rhythm intersperse. I also create mixed-media pieces in a broad spectrum of sizes and subjects from nature’s ecological components to cultural issues.

            I studied painting with the gifted art teacher Edla Cusick and at the Art Students League. I am a member of Chashama, Ceres gallery and hob’art gallery.


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