Benjamin Enzfelder is a multifaceted artist, well versed in a variety of media. Having obtained Outstanding Graduate in the Visual Arts from The Florida School of the Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts from Flagler College in Saint Augustine Florida, he now works as a freelance artist in Midtown, Manhattan, New York. Benjamin's multidimensional approach to the arts has led to several one man shows, a growing number of private collectors, publication as a children's book illustrator, collaboration in such epic events as The Band Wagon Roadshow, a small clothing line, a contrastive body of work for Ripley's Believe it or Not! the most recent of which is Saint Augustine, Florida's first Trompe L'oeil mural, and most recently a commissioned hand painted art case piano for Steinway and Sons of New York. Benjamin regularly paints live on Manhattan's west side in Hell's Kitchen at Bar 9 as resident artist.
Benjamin is a believer. "Art," he says, "is man's best attempt at either imitating or replacing God; the latter of which accounts for the last half century of abysmal self absorbed postmodern twaddle, while the former allows for a line of discourse to open through which both the artist and those affected by the created thing may discover or recover a sense of wonder. Language, however primordial, cannot be done away with, as some would have it; for language is the foundation of existence."
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