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  • Untitled Door No.1 2019
mixed media on Re-Claimed Door
80" x 29" 

    Untitled Door No.1 2019

    mixed media on Re-Claimed Door
    80" x 29"
  • Three Cheers for Tragedy
Mixed Media on Bed Sheet
45" x 30" 

    Three Cheers for Tragedy

    Mixed Media on Bed Sheet
    45" x 30"
  • Wood Panel
Mixed Media on Birch Wood Panel
60" x 24" 

    Wood Panel

    Mixed Media on Birch Wood Panel
    60" x 24"
  • Untitled small sculptures
Annealed steel wire, plaster
38" x 3" 

    Untitled small sculptures

    Annealed steel wire, plaster
    38" x 3"
  • The Number of Surrender
Mixed Media on Canvas
48" x 84" 

    The Number of Surrender

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    48" x 84"
  • Stitched to Scar
Mixed Media on Canvas
32" x 21" 

    Stitched to Scar

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    32" x 21"
  • A Story of Life and Death
Mixed Media on Wide Woven Linen
48" x 60" 

    A Story of Life and Death

    Mixed Media on Wide Woven Linen
    48" x 60"
  • Pt. 2
Mixed Media on Canvas
48" x 48" 

    Pt. 2

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    48" x 48"
  • Danse Macabre 2020
Mixed Media on Bed Sheet
45" x 60" 

    Danse Macabre 2020

    Mixed Media on Bed Sheet
    45" x 60"
  • Lament
Mixed Media on Canvas
60" x 48" 

    Lament

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    60" x 48"
  • Pallor Mortis
Mixed Media on Canvas
60" x 48" 

    Pallor Mortis

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    60" x 48"
  • Door 1
Graphite on Re-claimed Door
80" x 29" 

    Door 1

    Graphite on Re-claimed Door
    80" x 29"
  • Untitled 2020 Hanging Mobile
Steel Wire and Plaster
72" x 12" x 12" 

    Untitled 2020 Hanging Mobile

    Steel Wire and Plaster
    72" x 12" x 12"
  • Pt. 1
Mixed Media on Canvas
48" x 48" 

    Pt. 1

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    48" x 48"
  • Shadows of My Soul
Mixed Media, Vintage Clocks Chains on Vintage Drop Cloth
48" x 48" 

    Shadows of My Soul

    Mixed Media, Vintage Clocks Chains on Vintage Drop Cloth
    48" x 48"
  • A Feeling of Complete Despair
Mixed Media on Canvas
50" x 60" 

    A Feeling of Complete Despair

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    50" x 60"
  • Stressed & Suppressed
Mixed Media, Plaster on Vintage Drop Cloth
60" x 48" 

    Stressed & Suppressed

    Mixed Media, Plaster on Vintage Drop Cloth
    60" x 48"
  • Door 3
Gouache on Re-claimed Door
72" x 26" 

    Door 3

    Gouache on Re-claimed Door
    72" x 26"
  • Danse Macabre
Mixed Media on Bed Sheet
45" x 60" 

    Danse Macabre

    Mixed Media on Bed Sheet
    45" x 60"
  • Deep Enough to Stitch
Mixed Media on Vintage Drop Cloths
71" x 50" 

    Deep Enough to Stitch

    Mixed Media on Vintage Drop Cloths
    71" x 50"
  • Black Baccara
Mixed Media on Canvas
48" x 84" 

    Black Baccara

    Mixed Media on Canvas
    48" x 84"
  • Untitled sculpture
Annealed steel wire, plaster
72" x 12" 

    Untitled sculpture

    Annealed steel wire, plaster
    72" x 12"
  • Door 2
Pigment on Re-claimed Door
72" x 26" 

    Door 2

    Pigment on Re-claimed Door
    72" x 26"
  • Untitled 1
Mixed Media on Vintage Drop Cloths
60" x 48" 

    Untitled 1

    Mixed Media on Vintage Drop Cloths
    60" x 48"
Vincent Donato

VINCENT DONATO


Orginally from Staten Island, self-taught artist Vincent Donato is dedicated to constantly learning and evolving his style. His pieces are conceptual, abstract, visceral and sculptural. While his style is original, he finds himself drawn to the works and aesthetic of artists like Francis Bacon and Alberto Giacometti.

Vincent tries to work off of straight emotion and how he feels in the moment when he begins to paint. He employs a variety of materials in his work including inks, pigments, graphite, and plaster. He also uses oil paints and wire for sculptural pieces.

Some of his work has an interest in mental health and self-harm. He is influenced by his own demons through finding a certain beauty in them.

Roses are a keystone image in his work. In his words, “they are souls that live and die. I use them to represent life, love, death, and tragedy.”

Roses are strong, yet fragile. He paints them vertically to depict life, and horizontally to depict death. Beyond death, the horizontal roses represent the act of self-harm, mimicking the line of horizontal scars as a form of his own self-reflection.


Artists in this exhibition