Acrylic on wood panel found in abandoned airport in Andalucia, Spain
10 x 5 in.
Courtesy of the artist
Retail Value: $500
Paul Santoleri (AIR ’11) makes drawings both inside and outside of his studio, often drawing from the tradition of landscape painting as well as the ecological demise of our planet. His public projects, often done in cooperation with education programs, can be found on the walls of buildings worldwide. His works are included in the Philadelphia Museum of Art; Odermatt collection, Paris and Montreal; and the Pennsylvania State Museum. Santoleri earned his BFA from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and Rome, and his MFA from the University of Arizona, Tucson. He spent two summers at the Skowhegan School. When not traveling to make his work, Santoleri lives and works in Philadelphia.