An abstract landscape open edition print.
Medium: Open Edition Print
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Paper prints are printed on premium fine art paper and can be purchased unframed, or framed with the option to mat. Canvas prints are printed on museum-grade canvas and can be purchased rolled, gallery wrapped, or gallery wrapped and framed in a floater frame.
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About Tony Iadicicco
Born in Watertown, New York, Tony Iadicicco grew up in a military family, spending his childhood in Germany and Schenectady, NY. He studied Graphic Design for a time at Sage College in Albany, before moving to Florida and later, New York City. It was during this time that he began developing his distinct abstract style of painting, which features soft, blended colors, often centered around a notable horizon line.
After ultimately returning to Upstate New York, Tony began working with community organizations and hosting his own studio shows. Now, his artwork has been showcased at various art galleries in the Capital District of New York, including the Clement Art Gallery and the Albany Institute of History & Art, where he was recognized as one of "Tomorrow's Masters of Today." He has also been named one of the region's, "40 Under 40" for his work in the arts, and spearheaded the Capital Walls program, for which he curates public art murals throughout the area. His work has also been exhibited in New York City and in London, and is part of private collections worldwide.