Berry’s expressionistic figurative art is exhibited in top venues such as Italy’s Lucca Museum of Contemporary Art and galleries in NYC, Boston, and San Francisco. His paintings are in private collections worldwide, including those of Stephen King, Neil Gaiman and George R.R. Martin. Two books of his paintings are Sparrow and Double Memory.
Up from the streets, Berry’s work blends contemporary graphic sensibilities, futuristic vision and classic anatomy; simultaneously invoking movement and emotion. His art in various media appears on countless books and comics, including novels by Neil Gaiman, George R.R. Martin, and Stephen King. Berry is credited with creating the world’s first digitally painted book cover in 1984 for William Gibson’s Neuromancer; and the award winning 3D computer generated climax scene in the feature film: Johnny Mnemonic.
ABOUT Swallow Presents: Sparrow:
"Sparrow has been a joy to create and continues to be so, releases include Glenn Barr, Simon Bisley and William Wray" - Ashley Wood