Gerard Giliberti is a print-based photographic artist who uses graphics, photography, sculpture and digital imagery to create abstract, surrealistic images and constructions that bring the viewer into a new visual world. Having a classical bachelor of fine arts education including printmaking, photography, sculpture, oil and watercolor painting, illustration, etching, silk-screening and other specialized printmaking processes, including archival photographic processing techniques, Giliberti laid the foundation for his unique ability to see simple images among complex textures.
My intent is to create a photographic metaphor that explores the spiritual and the abstract. The artistic aim is to render reality somewhat unreal. The use of multiple media allows me the flexibility to capture subtleties and mysteries of light that help redefine the academic assumptions of what photographic art really is.