Charles Hurvitz was born in 1962 and lives in Brookline, MA. He began attending Gateway Arts in 2001.
Hurvitz loves music and always has a season’s ticket to the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and his artistic expression follows his love for music. He creates 3D interpretations of musical instruments using found materials, paper mache and paint. His 2D works are expressive as well, and he is able to unconventionally capture movement and personality. Hurvitz is also a prolific writer, and has created several small publications at Gateway.
Hurvitz’s work has been shown at the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton, Drive- By Projects in Watertown, the Gateway Gallery in Brookline, Barneys NY, and the Berenberg Gallery in Boston.