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About Elena Berlo
We are Elena & Genu, a wife and
husband team honoring the Christian and Jewish traditions through a mutual passion for art making. We want to thank everyone who put their faith in our artistic heart and hands. It is with your support our journey into customized artwork was made possible, leading to the incredible joy of making art together as a profession.
All of our ketubot, blessings and family trees start as a hand drawing or painting, and they will continue to do so as we love the vibrations of the human touch that translate emotions and stands out no matter what the end medium is. We continue to use museum quality materials for our artwork and for all that is born from it.
We took small steps in giving our paintings a niche purpose, each one specially requested by a new couple. And it all grew organically as we came to understand that capturing life’s precious moments in art helps us make sense of our presence and connects us to the past, present and future, and to beautiful new people.
Elena Berlo is an art teacher and author in the gifted and talented learning system created by Renzulli,
blending the family life with her endeavor in fine arts. With a bachelors in Architecture from the University of Bucharest, she continued her artistic education at the Fashion Institute of Technology of NYC with a certificate as color specialist, and practiced architecture in well established NYC firms.
Genu Berlo takes a lead role in each project within the studio, and oversees all aspects of the concept, development and production of new and existing products. He is a professional painter with a studio in Bucharest, and perseverant artist activity, his work being showed in local galleries and museums. Genu has bachelors in Math, Architecture, and Fine Arts at FIT NYC. Prior to inception of this venture, he worked as an architect for the New York City’s architectural firms, including world’s highly renowned Skidmore, Owings and Merrill.