Allan Skriloff

Allan attended Pratt Institute in 1962 and 1963, then transferred to Parsons School of Design, studying interior design. He studied at the Art Students League the summers of 1964 and 1965, and then on and off for the next decade. Allan has shown at OK Harris and Jakendoff Bochi Gallery in SoHo NYC. He has also shown at General Electric Headquarters and Manhattan College. An amusing Allan factoid: he has had 6 paintings on The Days OF Our Lives soap opera over the course of several episodes that were meant to take place in an art gallery. More recently, Allan has shown at the Woodstock Art Association and Hunter Gallery. Three of his Oil Worker paintings series were bought by Precision Drilling oil company in Houston Texas. He has had several paintings on display and loan at the Emerson Resorts, an award-winning, four-diamond property here in the Hudson Valley. He is also represented by Carrie Haddad Gallery in Hudson, New York. Allan was supposed to have ten paintings from his musician series on display at the Woodstock Play House this season but due to Covid 19 it has been put on hold till next season. Allan was born in 1944 and grew up in Forest Hills, Queens section of N.Y. He attended both Pratt Institute and Parsons School of Design and after graduating had several Jobs with several interior design firms before striking out on his own by opening Interior Analysis which oversaw works around the world and published many times.

Men At Work


While on a trip to Australia, I was in Alice Spring. Where I took an excursion to Palm Valley. My tour guide mentioned there was gas fields in a remote section of the Outback. I said I'd love to go there and he replied, "no worries, Mate - we'll get you there.” He happened to be a pilot and we flew in his prop plane two hours due west, landing at al man-made oasis in the middle of the desert. I spent several hours taking photographs of the site and the men at work. Over the next ten years I created 25 paintings, many of which are formed from several different photographs.