Patrick LoCicero

Patrick LoCicero’s paintings represent his ongoing interest in combining overlap and collage, with painting.  His compositions reference and explore the idea of traveling in time and space and refer to this as a metaphor for moving through memories and their associations. The overlap and collage elements relate directly to the images he depicts, guiding him in his choice of subjects, and come from a variety of sources including the Kama Sutra, antique children’s books, letters and journals.  His still life paintings resonate due to the contrast the artist sets up between the collaged surface and the painted surface, as well as the play between the actual shallow space and implied deep space. LoCicero’s collage paintings inventively reinterpret the collage technique that developed during the Cubist era, and he reinvigorates one of the most important modes of expression in the art of the 20th Century.

LoCicero received his BFA at Ohio State University and took his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. He has shown in galleries all across the US and his works can be found in many distinguished public and private collections.