ABOUT

John Guy Petruzzi is a Boston-based visual artist working with watercolor on polypropylene synthetic paper to examine extinction, habitat loss, and other issues of ecological imbalance. He received his M.F.A. from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in partnership with Tufts University in 2011, and his B.F.A. with an emphasis in painting from Youngstown State University in 2008. His work has been widely collected, nationally exhibited, and has been featured in publications including Hi-Fructose, New American Paintings, and the Boston Globe. He has worked as an artist in residence at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, painted professionally in the Manhattan studio of prominent contemporary artist Jeff Koons, and has instructed a variety of 2-D arts at undergraduate and graduate levels.

John Guy Petruzzi is a Boston-based visual artist working with watercolor on synthetic paper to examine climate change, habitat loss, extinction, and ecological imbalance. He received his M.F.A. from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in partnership with Tufts University in 2011, and his B.F.A. with an emphasis in painting from Youngstown State University in 2008. His work has been widely collected, nationally exhibited, and has been featured in publications including Hi-Fructose, New American Paintings, and the Boston Globe. He has worked as an artist in residence at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, painted professionally in the Manhattan studio of Jeff Koons, and has instructed a variety of 2-D arts at undergraduate and graduate levels.