Gina Lombardi Bratter (a.k.a. Gina Lombardi—see Who’s Who in Art) works from her studio located in Dobbs Ferry, New York. She gained international acclaim and achieved considerable success as the artist who westernized and modernized the ancient art form of Batik. In addition to her extensive number of original works, she printed limited edition lithographs at the American Atelier, as did Erte, and Marcel Salinas (personal chromist for Picasso). Many of Gina’s paintings can be seen in movie and T.V. productions (e.g. The Karen Carpenter Story, The Seduction of Joe Tynan and As The World Turns, etc.). The scope of Gina Bratter’s artistic expression has expanded through the years into the areas of lithography, sculpture, pen and ink, watercolor, gauche, fashion design as well as jewelry & accessory design. Her feeling for color has led to commissions, which vary from fabric designs used on contemporary furniture and draperies to those utilized in original designer fashions.
Currently, Gina Bratter is enjoying a personal renaissance. This surge of new creativity is dynamically inspired by a New York life style, along with frequent trips to her native Italy. More active that ever, she shares her fashion design talents through teaching and is constantly working in and exploring with various media to fully express her visions.
2001 Select private showings in Italy and New York
1989 Gallery at 211, Ossining, New York
1988&1984 Proposte Gallery, Siracusa, Italy
1983 Hargwen Gallery, Port Jefferson, New York
1983 Art Expo, New York Coliseum, New York
1981 Burdines Art Gallery, Plantation, Florida
1979 Greg Copland Gallery, New York, New York
1977 1976 1975 Village Gallery, Croton-On Hudson, NY 1974 1973 Galeria d’Arte Moderna,
Siracusa, Italy 1972 Di’Stefano’s Galleria,
1975 Village Gallery, Croton-On Hudson, NY
1973 Galeria d’Arte Moderna, Siracusa, Italy
1972 Di’Stefano’s Galleria, Catania, Sicily