“White Roses, Blue Glass & Silver” by Edwin Bronstein
In 1966, Ed Bronstein returned to Philadelphia after graduating Princeton University to study architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, with the objective of opening his own architectural practice. He opened his office in 1974, and within eight years, his restaurant designs graced the covers of five national design journals.
In 1989, after watching his daughter’s art education, he began evening and weekend courses at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. From then until now, he has continued his “formal” art training there, and at Fleisher Art Memorial, taking several courses every year. While continuing to teach as an Adjunct Professor at Drexel University since 1983, he closed his successful practice of architecture in 2001, in order to pursue painting full time.
Dimensions: 19″ wide x 23″ high