Artist Statement: From the bottom to the crest, the one large wave, with shades of blue, green, and white show the many shapes, patterns and give the sense of movement the water creates. The piano evokes the ocean’s power and beauty while also showing that life grows within it, bringing to mind days at the beach.
  • 2018

Neptune’s Magnum Opus


Joseph Gregorevich

Born and living Brooklyn, NY until very recently now living in Queens, raised by Ukrainian immigrants in Coney Island. My father pushed me to draw at a young age, pages of practicing straight lines and shapes for hours. I never looked back from then on I was drawing then painting, for family for friends I’ve created work ranging from portraits to tattoo designs over the years. Although I never had a formal art education, I have taken classes at various schools and read books to learn new skill sets and gain different perspectives, and I continue to do so. For me, music is the most beautiful art form and my goal is to create visual art that gives you the same experience, that makes you think and feel in the same way, as well as having a visual appeal. Most recently, nature has been a focus in my work, concentrating on patterns.

Piano History

Public Location

Midland Beach (June 4 - 24, 2018)

Permanent Home

PS 23 (Delivered Fall 2018)

This Sing for Hope Piano was made possible in part by MINI

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