“Stemming from his early apprenticeship as a diamond cutter, his work is a commitment to the hard-edge experience.”
Martin Schreiber developed hard-edge geometric abstract styles over many years of dedication, producing a spectrum of unique paintings, sculptures, paper works, and three-dimensional art. His precise and highly detailed work has been exhibited in New York City, Miami, Dallas, Cincinnati, Sao Paulo (Brazil), and Montreal (Canada). His work is in the permanent collections of the Dallas Museum of MADI and Geometric Art, the Boca Raton Museum of Art, and the Art in Public Places Program of the Palm Beaches. Born in Berlin, Germany, after his family left Poland, he immigrated to the United States to escape war-torn Europe, and later served in the US Army in WWII. In New York City, Mr. Schreiber enjoyed a long and successful art career both as a commercial artist, and as a passionate creative geometric artist. Stemming from his early apprenticeship as a diamond cutter, his work is a commitment to the hard-edge experience. Mr. Schreiber passed away in January 2005 at the age of 81, at peace after a long illness. His creative exploration of geometric styles produced a spectrum of modern hard-edge creations that remain unique today.