Welcome …

Spanning several disciplines and decades, John Himmelfarb’s artistic output includes drawings, paintings, prints, and 3D works. Trucks have often figured in his art, including several full-size truck sculptures like KB-3.

For an interactive gallery that you may curate by collection, media, and timeframe — from the present back through the 1960s — select the WORKS tab.

John is currently creating narrative paintings, using motifs from every period of his work. To see some work-in-progress and installation sequences — select the WORKING tab.

Born in Chicago in 1946, John lives and works in Chicago, Illinois, and Spring Green, Wisconsin, with his wife Molly Day. For a variety of background resources — including a link to John’s Wikipedia bio; books by and about John; essays and reviews; current representation; resume; studio pictures; the percussion project and other videos; and family — select the ABOUT tab.

We are in the process of editing, updating, and adding more work to the website, so please come back again to see our progress. To be added to a mailing list for occasional news — select the UPDATES tab.

And, if you would like to be in touch — please select the CONTACTS tab.


photograph of Dwell Now With Us, Sweet Time, No Need to Hurry On by Rick Graves; photograph of John with KB-3 by Rick Graves