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Artist Spotlight – John Zaccheo

If you’re interested in learning more about John Zaccheo the artist, you’ve come to the right place. This Italian-American painter specializes in seascapes and ports of the Mediterranean. His paintings are comprised of layers of luminous colors curtailed by a sea as reflective as a mirror. In addition to seascapes, his works depict architectural shadows that seem to dance on the seabed. This incredibly versatile artist is represented in major galleries in the United States and has been featured on the cover of Life Magazine.

Born in 1942 in Kingston, New York, John Zaccheo earned degrees from Syracuse University and Dutchess College. He served in the US Navy in Viet Nam and on two world cruises. After college, he went to the Art Student League and studied under renowned artists and sculptors. After graduating, he became head creative director at The Music Agency, Inc., where he designed album covers for notable musicians.

During his time at the college, Zaccheo became fascinated by the Hudson River Valley. He began to draw at an early age and developed a strong sense of community. He then began to study art in Japan and Europe. He is now a well-known author and illustrator. His work is included in the collections of the Library of Congress and the Brooklyn Museum. His works are held in public and private collections throughout the United States.

John Zaccheo’s paintings are reminiscent of his travels through Italy, Spain, and France. In the painting “Mediterranean Archway,” boats sail through a blue Mediterranean sea, while colorful flowers grow in pots in the foreground. This painting is one of his most popular, and was presented to astronaut Neil Armstrong during his Apollo mission. The painting’s subject matter is unrestricted, capturing the essence of the Mediterranean region.

In addition to painting landscapes, Zaccheo also paints vibrant seascapes and port cities. The luminous colors of his work are accentuated by water as if it were a mirror. The light reflects off the buildings, making them appear as if they’re dancing in a sea of reflection. Zaccheo’s work is represented by many galleries in the U.S. and has graced the covers of several magazines, including Life Magazine.

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