Salvatore Pecoraro

Santa Cruz, CA

Salvatore Pecoraro’s career as a California Artist/Teacher spans over five decades. With the idea of always teaching and creating art, Pecoraro attended the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland from 1953 to 1957 and then earned a Masters Degree in Art from San Francisco State University in 1966. Beginning as a painter his work has always strived to be innovative. In 1970 he created the ambitious 365 Skies. In 1983 Pecoraro began working in sculpture. In 1997 Pecoraro resumed his initial love for painting by beginning a new series titled the Branciforte-Constructs. In 2001 he created the First Encore series of acrylic paintings. Pecoraro has recently entered into the world of digital giclee printing and has released limited-edition prints available on his website His Studio Campobello is located in the Santa Cruz Mountains of Northern California where he continues to create paintings and sculptures while displaying his works spanning over 50 years.

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