Hello, and welcome to my new site. Basically, I travel, research, write, teach, make art and play music professionally. At present, my visual arts are photography/mixed media/watercolors and making frescos, using Medieval materials and techniques. Recently I've been busy creating a series of oceanic cave art frescoes. The Seahorse (pictured) is one example, made in Hawaii this year.

For eight years I've worked as a professor of art history at the University of Maryland-UMUC (online) and have received 4 Fulbright Scholar awards to Germany and Bulgaria. Recording and preserving visual culture are primary interests. Just recently, I have joined the faculty at Azusa Pacific University in their Modern Art History Online Masters Program. Check it out at http://www.apu.edu/cma/vpa/artdesign/modernarthistoryonline/

Please visit the Artist Statement which includes a growing list Project links. The Gallery and BIO/CV tabs will provide more information. Questions? Click on Contact. Enrolled in my Modernist Art History Courses? Check the Resources when notified. A password is required so e-mail me to obtain access. artist@geneberryhill.com. You may also join my mailing list for updates.  

Gene's Travel/Work Blog 

Hello All,

Thanks for checking out my blog! Coming up in October is my second work trip to Bulgaria, again thanks to Fulbright.
I will officially start this blog then by posting experiences, notes, updates, and photos along the way.
Please feel free to join in on the adventure, and if you have questions, comments, or just want to say "hello" come
on by and drop me a line!

Dobre doshal!

October 8, 2016
Greetings from Sofia, Bulgaria! I have been here now for a week just settling in and working on my jet-lag.
Last Monday we had Fulbright Orientation and met with Bulgarian Embassy personnel and Fulbright officers.
Ate at a great little cafe called the Atelier last night. It used to be an art studio--food was very good. Current
work is getting ready to teach courses on Modern Art History which start in November plus a paper presentation
at the Cultural Preservation Center Conference. All for now--will have new photos soon!

October 20, 2016
It is getting colder but the apt. is nice and warm! I started at the National Academy of Art today by meeting people
and getting set up for classes to begin. It is an honor to teach in the same classroom where the great Bulgarian artist,
Christo was a student! If you wish to see his and his wife's works, visit their website at:
http://christojeanneclaude.net/artworks/realized-projects. Ciao!

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