At 80, Howard Schoor has had too many life acts to assign a number to this one. Schoor is a self-taught originator, existing apart from the art world establishment. His Trianglist works are unsullied. His medium is acrylic paint, spackling paste and markers on canvas.
Howard Schoor is a classically trained and licensed professional engineer. He built and led one of the nation’s largest regional engineering firms from 1967 to 1992. He worked with the triangle daily. Today, the triangle remains the focus of his art conscious. His Trianglist works evidence his love of architecture, forms, angles and shapes, and his belief that “less can be more.”
An artist and creator for more than three decades, Schoor began seriously marketing his art just two years ago. Since then, he has built a substantial brand and is steadily carving out a niche for his art and his inspiring story. After a successful showing at Artexpo New York, in 2018, Howard debuted his work to a private group of 150 of Asbury Park, New Jersey’s artists, branded collectors and invited guests. They came to The Asbury Hotel in support of Howard’s happy art movement.
Schoor completed a five-week artist residency (the first of its kind) at Asbury Park’s Parlor Gallery. A mainstay in New Jersey’s art community, Parlor Gallery features original work by breakout and established, internationally collected artists.
Howard Schoor was born and raised in Staten Island, New York. He made New Jersey his home until a decade ago, when he established his Florida residence. Today, Howard lives and creates in Jupiter, Florida, Bethel, New York and Asbury Park, New Jersey. His artwork is available through the online gallery.
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