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Raphael Tiberino began painting at the age of four. The style of his latest work can be traced back to his love of comics as a child. He has been in the spotlight as a professional artist for over 25 years. As a co-founder of the Subculture Gallery in New York City, he curated as well as participated in many art shows as well as exhibiting and curating the "Kapow! Boom! Zap!" show, at the Rush Arts Gallery in Chelsea, NY. At that time, Raphael was illustrating "Queenie's Story", for Slave Labor Graphics. The story is based on haunting tales his grandmother shared with him as a child.


Teaching art is also a passion of Raphael's and he has been teaching off and on since graduating from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. His art resides in many collections. His preference of pen and ink, as well as his love of oil paint usually keeps him up until the wee hours of the morning.


Raphael is also the President of his family's museum. The Ellen Powell Tiberino Memorial Museum was set up by his late father Joseph in 1999. It houses an extensive collection of Ellen and Joe's artwork featuring oil paintings, prints, graphite drawings and relief murals. The museum also features the art of 20 other artists that Raphael and his father collected over the years. Known by the term "living museum", artists congregate outside its courtyard for painting

George Floyd by Raphael Tiberino

  • George Floyd

    Raphael Tiberino

    Pen and Ink

    8.5”x11" / Framed


    TIBERINO: The Legacy Continues Art Exhibition


    The Tiberino name resonates in the world of art for decades. The history of Ellen Powell Tiberino and Joseph Tiberino are well documented in the halls of museums, galleries, and private collections all over the world. Now we focus on the children of this amazing couple, Raphael, Ellen and Gabriel Tiberino. All accomplished artists in their own right.

    The Tiberino Family, more than anything else, is a love story. The influence and nurturing of two extremely talented artists provided the lifestyle, atmosphere and backdrop for their talented offspring to blossom and flourish. Working in a variety of mediums, Raphael, Ellen and Gabriel are able to merge the old with the new. Through their eyes, we're able to see the ongoing legacy of their families contribution to the art world. This younger generation is able to speak in a style that's uniquely theirs but harkens back to the traditional style. The Legacy of Love continues...


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