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The Studios of Key West will be located at our new home at 533 Eaton Street beginning this winter. When planning your visit, please take this into consideration when booking your accommodations.
Learn simple techniques using plaster infused with marble dust. “Kolcaustico” is a common wall finish but when mixed with pigment, painted in layers and then burnished, it yields a lustrous surface. Pomilio has been perfecting this material niche for years creating stunning, densely abstract ‘sort of’ fresco paintings.
Vincent Pomilio is a visual artist/painter who lives and works in New York City and in Hudson, NY. He studied art at Kutztown State University, Tyler School of Art and at New York University. His work is found in many private and public collections in the United States, Europe, and Asia. He is represented by numerous galleries including Carrie Haddad Gallery, Hudson, NY, Hal Bromm Gallery in New York City, and Elizabeth Erdriech White Fine Art in Boston, MA.
His work has evolved over the years into abstraction with a firm foothold in the natural world. He is currently working on a series of pigmented plaster based paintings with marble dust and wax on wooden panels. It is his take on the ancient art of fresco painting. In his ongoing BIG LITTLE series, this technique is fully evident. He hopes to expand this series and create some mixed media works on paper during his residency at The Studios Of Key West.