Luke Barosky was born and raised in the Boston area, and after received his education at the University of Vermont with a double major in Studio Art & English and MASSart, he moved from the open spaces of Vermont to the enclosed blocks of New York City.
While living in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, Luke began working as a Gallery Assistant in the Hamptons before moving on as a freelance art handler all around the Burroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn. He installed Klimt's, Basquiat's, Haring's, among others, in esteemed galleries in Chelsea and fancy hotels like the Grammercy and Ritz-Carlton.
It was in the summer of 2009 that Luke was approached by a budding design company that moonlighted as an art gallery called SB Design Gallery to produce a solo exhibit entitled "D-evolution". The title spoke to his extensive black and white illustrations and the use of computer design tools to enhance them by decomposing them.
Since then, he has been showing his work around Boston, South Boston, and Dorchester, while continuing to attempt to bring together his passion for community and art.