Internationally recognized artist John Zaccheo is an accomplished professional painter and sculptor.
John’s exceptional talent seeks a diverse range of expression. Whether painting in a realist, impressionist or abstract style,
John is a master at using both a brush and a palette knife.
Much admired for his technical merit, John’s paintings are alive with color and luxurious detail.
John finds inspiration for his work from his extensive travels ( he has meandered through 60 countries)
and his affinity for the natural world.
John is also a renowned fine portraiture artist. His paintings reside in the libraries and museums of the following subjects:
President Kennedy, President Carter, President Reagan, President Sadat of Egypt and Prime Minister Began of Israel.
John also created the official painting of the original landing on the moon which was presented to astronaut, Neil Armstrong.
John has also painted portraits for Gregory Peck, Anthony Quinn and Tony Bennett.