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Lived/Active: North Carolina/New York / Italy      Known for: mixed media abstract painting

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Biography from Gallery C:
Vincent Daddiego is a painter living in North Carolina. He and his wife, fellow artist Gloria Roberts, are from New York. Vincent Daddiego was born in Venice, Italy and moved at a very early age to New York. He went to Hunter College in New York where he received a wonderful education in art with instructors such as William Baziotes, Robert Motherwell and Willem deKooning of the school of Abstract Expressionism. Vincent Daddiego also studied at the Art Students League in New York and the Brooklyn Museum Art School and with his grandfather, Joseph Ferraro, a noted mural painter.

Vincent Daddiego has exhibited in Galleries in New York, Mexico, Barcelona, Italy as well as North Carolina. His work is in collections including The Amato Opera House and Eastern Airlines in New York, The Offices of Dr. Pepper in Dallas, and the Offices of Lipton Tea in New Jersey.

He and his wife currently reside in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

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Vincent Daddiego believes in embracing the unexpected and that “Much of what we find exciting in the arts is often the result of a happy accident. In my case, the unexpected is the result of the treatment of my material. I begin each piece with an unblemished sheet of thin high-grade metal, I then treat the surface with acids and oils, and leave the sheets in an open shed for a year. Slowly and gently nature works her course and brings out swirls, patinas, and fascinating patterns. I then take full advantage of these patterns and paint my own designs using enamel and metal dyes. I like to call my creations “Baroque Expressionism” where I mesh and combine the swirling curves of the Baroque style with the dynamics of Abstract Expressionism.”

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