Jack Gerber

Painter and curator, Jack Gerber was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and the Philadelphia College of Art. Gerber has attended The Art Students League in NYC and Woodstock and was awarded a Fellowship at and attended The Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts. He subsequently served as the President of The Philadelphia Water Color Club.

Gerber has won numerous awards and has shown work in many juried exhibitions at The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Woodmere Museum, The National Academy of Design, The Corcoran Gallery, Cheltenham Art Center, The Allentown Art Museum, The American Color Print Society, The Swedenborg Academy, The Noyes Museum, The Gary Kravitz Collection, The Henry Jaffe Collection, James A. Michener Art Museum, and Burlington College. In 2009, Jack Gerber was proudly included in the celebration show 150 Years and More at The Philadelphia Sketch Club and was shown with Rockwell Kent, Paul Wescott, N.C. Wyeth, Thomas Eakins, Benton Spruance, and Daniel Garber, among others.

Artist Info


May 19 1927

Philadelphia, PA




American (Caucasian)