Martin Dull

New York Studio School

20 Jay Street, 307

Martin Dull, Eliot's Kingdom (This Is The Way The World Ends) (2020). Acrylic And Mixed Media On Birch Ply, Approx. 101 x 108 in.

Martin Dull is a mixed media artist who received his MFA from the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture in 2015. He has been the recipient of several grants, awards and residencies and is co-founder of the curatorial collaborative, JMN Artists. His artwork has been included in both group and solo exhibitions throughout the United States, most notably his recent solo exhibitions at John Davis Gallery, Hudson, NY, and M David & Co, Brooklyn, NY. Dull's current body of work uses the language of abstraction and installation to communicate the contemporary zeitgeist. The conflation of personal narrative, poetry, mythology, and iconography create environments that rattle the viewer’s preconceptions and open them to broader questions of humanity, spirituality, and the role of art in fostering dialogue.


About New York Studio School

The New York Studio School is located at 8 West 8th Street, Greenwich Village. The School offers full-time studio-based programs in painting and sculpture leading to a Master of Fine Arts Degree or a Certificate of Completion. The School also offers drawing, painting, and sculpture marathons, and evening and Saturday classes. In addition to the main building on West 8th Street, the School maintains a Sculpture Studio and Gallery in DUMBO.