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Jason Gluskin Exhibition to Open at BergenPAC Intermezzo Gallery, 8/5

"Musically Speaking" featuring the Art of NJ's Jason Gluskin will be exhibited at Bergen Performing Arts Center's Intermezzo Gallery in Englewood, NJ Friday August 5th thru Wednesday August 31st  Opening reception August 5th 6pm-8pm

The show will feature more than 15 acrylic and oil paintings on canvas. Gluskin's work has been classified as engeretic, whimsical, colorful and musical. His vibrant cancases are inspired by the rhythm and musicality of urban life.

Pieces on display will include "When I Paint My Masterpiece" featuring The Band and Bob Dylan (Levon Helm has a reproduction of this painting on display at his Ramble Studio in Woodstock, NY) as well as a limited edition canvas print of "Prove It All Night" featuring the late Clarence Clemons, Bruce Springsteen and Little Steven Van Zant.

"I was very excited to hear that The bergenPAC wanted to show my art," and Gluskin. "I'm thrilled that The Beach Boys, Alice Cooper and Queensryche are appearing in August. It's a very exciting opportunity for me."

Gluskin experimented with illustration, which eventually led to painting. His work has been shown all around NYC and NJ and has generated significant press. Jason has been featured on television and has been profiled in a short film. He has sold many originals paintings and prints to collectors and has a global following.

He has learned that the ability to create is a craft that must be developed and nurtured. Gluskin is currently inspired by European Expressionism, Cubism and the Masters as well as contemporary art.

Jason is committed to adding something authentic and positive to the world of art. He is always continuing to develop and challenge himself. He stays close to his loyal fans and is dedicated to making a difference in the greater community.

For More Information Contact:
Jason Gluskin (617) 332-7721
or visit:

bergenPAC 30 North Van Brunt Street Englewood, NJ 07631 (201) 227-1030


Known as The John Harms Center for 27 years, this cultural hub in Englewood, has been reborn as Bergen Performing Arts Center or bergenPAC. This 1367- seat theater is a landmark, and in its seventh season as bergenPAC it remains one of the finest acoustic halls in the United States. The legendary Tony Bennett and Canadian crooner k.d. lang recorded their 2003 Grammy award-winning CD live on bergenPAC's own stage through a broadband fiber-optic connection with Bennett Studios. bergenPAC is the home of a media production system that is unparalleled, upholding its reputation as a venue for outstanding music, dance and theater. As a non-profit corporation, bergenPAC has thrived thanks to the aid and generosity of sponsors, donors and patrons.

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