Warren Levine

Born in New York City, Warren attended Parson’s School of Design, (NYC Endowment for the Arts Scholarship), Hunter College (BA – English/Art), New York University (MA/PhD special program of 66 Post Grad. Credits –  English Literature),

Warren has studied extensively and exhibited at the Greenwich Village Art Show, The Bay Ridge Festival of the Arts, The Gerard Hazel Gallery ( NYC), Numerous Cafes  in NYC and San Diego, as well as Private Showings. He works from a multi-media perspective in water colors, oils, sculpture, pastels, and anatomical/ medical  illustrations.

In 1985, Warren left NYC to establish Graphic Concepts in San Diego. For seventeen years, Warren was principal of a company devoted to the preparation of demonstrative visual exhibits for courtroom use during trial. He has lectured extensively for affiliated legal associations and has taught the subject at UCSD.

Warren also is a writer, and writes, short story, poetry, and essay. He has taught English and Art  for the Military Education Program at Vincennes University.

Warren’s philosophy on the creative arts is one in which  ” the viewer interprets the particular feeling received as a one on one vehicle leading to reflection on the divine nature of the universe.

It is the ecstatic sense felt during observation and the ensuing silence , much like prayer, that awakens a variety of senses and connects one to a higher, and classical intellectual practice.”

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