Joe Palmerio

Joe Palmerio

Joe was born Aug. 12, 1949 in Philadelphia, Pa. He has been a resident of Sarasota for twenty eight years. He is a graduate of the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia, Pa. 1979, studied landscape painting with Lou Sloan, and the Barnes Foundation, Lower Merion, Pa. Studied Sculpture at the Frudakis Academy, and metal sculpture at Tyler School of Art, Temple University. He also starred in the short Art film “A Lot in Common”, which played in the Sarasota Film Festival, 2011. He taught painting in community arts centers in Philadelphia, and Colorado, and spent seven years teaching physically challenged adults, in Philadelphia. He presented a highly acclaimed seminar at the St. Bridget Arts Council on Venetian Painting Techniques in Philadelphia. He was the Artist In Residence for the Everglades National Park, Florida and the Great Sand Dune National Park, Colorado. He has been jurying shows since the mid 80’s. He has had numerous TV appearances and interview on NPR Arts Edition, by Amy Tardiff. Recently won a Merit award for NOAPS small works show at McBride gallery, Annapolis Md. And exhibiting in their Narional show at Cutter and Cutter Gallery, Nov. ’20.


He is in numerous private collections, throughout the country. He is represented by Dabbert Gallery in Sarasota, Arts on Douglas in New Smyrna, and Cortille Gallery, Provincetown, Ma. He has won numerous awards for his plein air paintings.


Joe’s paintings emphasize a soft brushwork that captures the fleeting moments of nature.

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