Paul Villinski


Born in Maine in the United States in 1960, Paul Villinski now lives and works in Long Island, New York. Educated at Phillips Exeter Academy, followed by the Massachusetts College of Art and the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, he then moved to New York City in the early 1980s. His work has been shown at numerous exhibitions throughout the United States, including at the University of Texas Blanton Museum in Austin, the Montgomery Museum of Art, the Museum of Arts and Design of New York, and Prospect New Orleans biennale, to name only a few. Paul Villinski's work can be found in several museum, corporate and private collections in the United States, including the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Jacksonville, the Caesar's Palace of Las Vegas, and several others. Paul Villinski also has many commissioned projects to his credit. His studio recently completed SkyCycles, a work with three gigantic flying bicycles, as part of the New York City Percent for Art Program. In 2017, Paul Villinski had a solo exhibition at the Taubman Museum of Art.

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