Antonio Macioce grew up in Italy, where he used to draw whatever came into his head. After moving to the United States, he received his art training at Notre Dame as well as the Birmingham-Bloomfield Art Center. He states:
“In my many years of painting, I believe that I have yet to arrive at a definite style, but one that is constantly changing in both subject and technique.
It’s the expression of the moment…whatever inspires me to begin a new painting.
Personally, only one form of expression, would make painting predictable and dull.
A constant state of change and discovery gives rise to new emotions and sensations.
The majority of my paintings are from my imagination. My approach to color is instinctive rather than predetermined. After three years majoring in Chemical Engineering, I switched to Advertising and Design. Therefore, I want painting to be anything but an exact science. It’s more enjoyable to be surprised by what an empty canvas has been transformed into when the brush stops.
Whatever the style, my art reflects the spirit, the passion and the colors of my origin and life in Italy.”
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One last water meander before Fall really hits…
You’ll fall for Fall with “Autumn Orange” by Antonio Macioce.
Subdued color makes a big statement in “Autumn Sunlight” by Antonio Macioce.
The beauty of farm life in the Fall is evident in “Golden Days” by Antonio Macioce.
Bold color, beautiful nature in “Landscape Blues” by Antonio Macioce.
Large, colorful and suggestive of a sail is Antonio Macioce’s “Sailing Abstraction.”