The upsurge of an art appraiser expert : Jerry Bengis

Jerry Bengis or the climb of an art dealer top expert? I have two long time professions- art appraiser and owned the largest sign company in Miami for many years – I am working as a consultant in signs- how do I use both? I am also in the sign business for over 45 years—I owned Bengis Signs in Miami and am now a principle in Graphplex Signs in Hollywood. I have made most of the most important signs in Florida like all the Coppertone Signs and the first 700 Burger King signs and all the Pollo Tropical signs at the onset. I also one of the foremost authorities on Salvador Dali in the world.

What clients say about Jerry Bengis : I was extremely pleased at your efficiency. You dealt with my matter comprehensively and kept me informed. I was also impressed by the speed at which you carried out your work. Far to often nowadays services are rendered untimely and with errors. It’s extremely gratifying to work with someone who can deliver a service in such exemplary manner. Many thanks once again.

Field, Albert (1916-2003) Salvador Dali’s official archivist published “The Official Catalog of the Graphic Works of Salvador Dali” in 1996. Read more… Giclee is the process of making fine art prints using a computer source and an inkjet printer. Archival – fade resistant – inks are used and prints can be on canvas as well as paper. Gouache is a matte water color paint made opaque by the addition of gum arabic., a chalky filler. This also refers to the techinique of painting with this medium. Guarro is fine drawing paper made in Guarro, Spain.

An accredited appraiser with certification in limited edition prints, Jerry Bengis has served as an art appraiser for over four decades. Considered a specialist in limited edition graphics and sculpture, Jerry Bengis has served as an expert witness on fine art cases and lectured on limited-edition prints. Along with performing fine art appraisals for a number of cruise lines, he has educated passengers about art during their travels. He also served on the board of directors of the Coral Springs Art Museum for two years.

Constructivism was a Russian movement in art and architecture from 1919 which viewed art as part and conveyance of social revolution. Contemporary Art generally refers to art produced since World War II. Cubism developed by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque based on some ideas of Paul Cézanne. An important art movement developed from 1906 until 1914 in France and spread throughout Europe. It represents all the surfaces of depicted objects in a single flat plane as if all sides of the objects are visible from the same point of view.

When he is not working, Jerry Bengis enjoys traveling throughout the world. So far, he has visited destinations in Europe, northern Africa, and the United States. Also a sports fan, the art expert follows the Miami Dolphins football team and especially admires the athletic prowess of baseball player Mickey Mantle. See more information on Jerry Bengis.