Serino was born in 1953 in New York. He attended the Massachusetts College of Art, from which he received a BFA in painting.
Serino draws from the art historical traditions as diverse as Chinese landscape painting, Surrealism and Folk Art. This painter is widely recognized as one of New York’s most important plein air impressionist artists.
His first job was as an art director in Brooklyn, New York. Later, Serino has served as instructor at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University for 12 years.
This painter has been painting full time as well as conducting landscape painting classes at his alma mater, since the early 90’s.
Furthermore, this highly skilled painter conducts ongoing workshops in his studio in Brooklyn.
As a primarily a plein-air painter, Serino studies the nature. He observes the ever changing light of day.
He takes photos and brings them to his atelier in Brooklyn to paint.
Albert Serino’s paintings have been presented on a number of exhibitions in the United States and Canada. Also, he has had a number of solo exhibitions.