Seraphin Gallery is excited to reveal Paul Fabozzi's latest works. These new paintings continue to expand upon the ideas and inspirations conceived in his previous works and effectively augment the journey of his conceptual process.
Fabozzi cites his inspiration to architectural structures and trends in cities such as New York, Rome, Istanbul, Rio de Janeiro, London, and Berlin. The viewer gets a sense of being surrounded by sharp angles and sloping walls, as if they are looking at a building from a never before seen vantage point. The use of shadow and rich color that is present in each of his works gives the illusion of different locations at various times of day; the viewer may be transported to the Olympic Stadium in Berlin at noon, or Istanbul at sunrise.
Fabozzi's education includes a BFA from Alfred University, and an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania. He has been included in exhibitions across the world including New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Rome, London, and Vienna. Fabozzi currently works as a Professor of Fine Arts at St. John's University in New York City. Click here to visit his artist page and learn more.