Works by Rick Berry can be found in gallery exhibitions, art annuals, and featured in anthologies on the history of fantastic art. Berry has also been an adjunct professor at two Boston universities. For Tufts University’s Institute for Global Leadership, he was commissioned to paint series works of social and political themes for several annual international symposia. Berry is the creator/participant in several collaborative painting events internationally and is credited with the first digitally-painted book cover in the world (Neuromancer by William Gibson). His pioneering digital work was showcased in feature film, and his art is commissioned for the entertainment industry and popular literature, including 30 oils for limited editions of Stephen King novels. Earlier paintings are collected in Double Memory: Art and Collaborations of Rick Berry and Phil Hale, and more of his work can be seen in Sparrow: The Art of Rick Berry.