Scorsese: An Art Show Tribute to the Cinema of the Legendary Filmmaker

Raging-Bull-Scorsese-Art-Show

Screen print by Joshua Budich

Taxi-Driver-01-Scorsese-Art-Show

Painting by Jonathan Bergeron

The Spoke Art gallery held a successful multi-artist art show tribute in NYC to the films of Martin Scorsese, one of the greatest film directors of our times. Acknowledging Scorsese’s decades-old, deep connection with the Big Apple, the San Francisco-based gallery had opted to bring the show to NYC, this past weekend.

To help those of us who were unable to attend the show, the gallery will be putting up paintings, prints and sculptures from the show on sale at 5 P.M. (PST), April 26th, via their online store.

You can checkout some select illustrations and paintings from the show, after the jump.

Taxi-Driver-Scorsese-Art-Show

Screen print by Grzegorz Domaradzki

Casino--Scorsese-Art-Show

Art print by Ibraheem Youssef

Raging-Bull-02-Scorsese-Art-Show

Painting by Rich Pellegrino

Scorsese-Art-Show

Painting by Andrew Spear

The-Departed-Scorsese-Art-Show

  Screen print by Alexander Iaccarino

Bill-The-Butcher-Scorsese-Art-Show

Hand cut stencils by Epyon5

Taxi-Driver-02-Scorsese-Art-Show

Screen print by Brian Ewing

The-Butcher---Gangs-of-New-York-Scorsese-Art-Show

 Screen print by Jessica Deahl

No-Direction-Home-Scorsese-Art-Show

 Fine art print by Max Dalton

Gangs-of-New-York-Scorsese-Art-Show

Fine art print by Oliver Blake

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