Henry Mandell was born in Manhattan in 1957 and received a BFA in Fine Art from Ithaca College. He then studied art at The School of Visual Arts and Parsons School of Design in New York City. His work is held by public and private collections internationally. Museum collections include The Museum Of Fine Arts Boston, The Columbia Museum of Art and Rhode Island School Of Design Museum. Exhibitions have included museums and fine art galleries across the United States.
Henry Mandell’s paintings and drawings are products of his ongoing exploration of contemporary artistic practices, scientific principles, the human condition and their merging effect on our lives. Trained as a traditional painter and printmaker, Mandell uses computers as well as non electric tools in pioneering ways to create compelling abstract imagery.