Paul D'Cola Fine Art
Art always causes a reaction. Its that reaction, that opens the mind.
Click the link below, to read my interview from Palm Springs Style Magazine
Featured in the 2017 Palm Springs Art Museums Artist Coucil exhibit and book.
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As a local Palm Springs artist, Paul describes his work as "Vintage Abstract". Where inspiration, technique, paint, a few brushes and palette knives are all that are needed. His work is guided by freedom of emotional expression, while respecting color, composition, line, light and form. His interesting process, evolves after a period of intense thought. Then, what he calls “Into Crazy Land”, where emotions are released and set free to completion. His greatest inspiration and mentor came from his Aunt an awesome abstract expressionist painter. As well as artists Leo Fusch from Desert Art Classes, Ednah Root, Joan Mitchell, Joan Eardley to name a few.
He was educated at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco with continuing classes at the Desert Art Center and Desert Art Classes. Many of his pieces are in private and corporate collections nationally and internationally. After working freelance as an artist handpainting on fondant cakes for hundreds of clients, the decision was made to pursue a fulltime career as a mix medium artist. Today, his work can be viewed at Fos Interiors in Palm Springs Ca. Paul Colacicco
August In Palm Springs
Inspired by the untouched desert scapes, on the way up to the desert community of Flamingo Heights. Oil on stretched canvas 48x60"
Summer In Sedona Arizona
Inspired by the red-rock buttes that cast yellow and pink shadows during sunset and sunrises
Oil on canvas board, framed 18x24"