Harvey Milman

Milman is inspired by the nuances of daily life created by time of day, weather, and surroundings. Seemingly commonplace at first glance, the moments depicted in his paintings strike a chord of recognition in the viewer, and celebrate the extraordinary character of the ordinary.

Milman presented his first solo exhibition in 1993 at the Madeleine Gutman Gallery (White Plains, NY), followed by a solo exhibition at the River Gallery (Irvington, NY), and a solo exhibition at the Ellenbogen Gallery (White Plains, NY). Juried group exhibitions include the Lever House Gallery (NYC), the Pleiades Gallery (SoHo), the Merrill Lynch Financial Center (NYC), the Society of Illustrators Museum of American Illustration (NYC), the OSilas Gallery (Bronxville, NY), and Denise Bibro Fine Art (Chelsea, NYC).

Awarded First Place and Second Place for two paintings in acrylic at the 2015 Dobbs Ferry Beaux Arts Exhibition. Awarded First Place, Second Place, and Honorable Mention for three paintings in acrylic at the 2016 Bronxville Beaux Arts Exhibition. Awarded Best in Show and First Place for two paintings in acrylic at the Mooney Gallery, College of New Rochelle, 2016 Color-ful Exhibition.

As an emerging artist, Milman’s work was the subject of feature articles in Gannet Reporter Dispatch and in Art Times.

In 1997, the Museum of the City of New York acquired for its permanent collection Broadway Bounty, a painting from Milman’s series of cityscapes. Milman’s paintings have also been acquired by corporate and private collectors in New York City, Westchester, Long Island, and Connecticut.