My Paintings at Studio 7 Fine Art Gallery

QUAI MALAQUAIS©2006 Felice Panagrosso Oil on Canvas21 x 26 cm

©2008 Felice Panagrosso
Oil on Canvas
21 x 26 cm

This painting and two others, Perkins Rubber Stamps and White Tire Bicycle, will be on exhibit, with many other paintings from alumni of the New York Academy of Art.  This is the third annual all alumni exhibition, held at Studio 7 Fine Art Gallery and The Bernardsville Library, in Bernardsville, New Jersey.

Opening Reception: Friday, May 1, 6:00pm-9:00pm

Studio 7 Fine Art Gallery
5 Morristown Road, Bernardsville, NJ 07924
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Bernardsville Public Library
1 Anderson Hill Road, Bernardsville, NJ 07924

Exhibition Dates:  April 27 – May 30, 2015


Rooftops of Paris Exposition

Thanks to all who attended the Opening Vernissage and Exposition of “On the Rooftops of Paris”.  It was a great success.   Organized by the Mayor of the 9th Arrondissement of Paris, Delphine Bürkli, in support of Paris’s bid for its rooftops to be included as one of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites, it was held in the Salon Aguado.

I was honored to have been the only American represented in this show.  Here are some photos from the opening.




3 Reasons NOT to buy one of my paintings...

THE GOLDEN PLATE, STILL LIFE WITH POMEGRANATE©2014 Felice PanagrossoOil on Canvas21 x 25 cm

©2014 Felice Panagrosso
Oil on Canvas
21 x 25 cm


A great teacher of mine once said that a painting should have three qualities.  First, it should draw you in from across the room.  Second, it should have something about it that holds your attention when you are close to it and makes you keep looking.  Third, it should leave you with something that makes you think about it after you have left the gallery, so that you want to go back.

With that in mind, here are the three reasons why you should not buy one of my paintings…

1. Because you expect that it will increase in value, then you can sell it and make some money.

2. That you believe I’ll become a famous artist, then you can sell the painting and make some money.

3. Because I will die, then become a famous dead artist.  The painting will increase in value, then you can sell it and make some money.

Let me be clear that I DO want my paintings to increase in value!

But that’s not the reason I want you to buy them in the first place. It’s not why Pope Julius II commissioned Michelangelo to decorate the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel.

In other words, be a Patron of the Arts first.  Buy a painting, mine or any one else’s, because you love it, because it gives you pleasure, and because you want to be with it every day.  Because it leaves you with something that makes you want to come back to it again and again.

Look at it this way.  What else can you buy today, that if cared for in a reasonable way, can last 500 years or more, finding its way from generation to generation, providing pleasure, inspiration and a story to all who know how to appreciate it?







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