Whether you are a music lover, sports fan or just appreciate good art, you will love Joe Petruccio’s work. During the past several years, Petruccio has risen to celebrity status himself becoming the premier entertainment fine art artist. He was recognized by CNBC as "one of the best known celebrity artists in the world" with his work hanging in the collections of Sylvester Stallone, Dickey Betts (Allman Bros), Tiger Woods, and more than 75 other celebrities.
What is it about Joe Petruccio that makes him so special? As Jerry Shilling, Elvis’ best friend said: “Joe has a unique ability to capture the essence of an individual like no other artist today.” Many people say when you put a Joe Petruccio piece on your wall, the wall becomes alive. Joe’s Art is all about quality first…everything else is second. By combining his drawing and painting skills he has created a fascinating and compelling style all his own and has brought the art of portraits to an entirely new level. Perhaps it is Joe’s love of pop culture that has enabled him to capture rock icons and sports heroes so brilliantly, or maybe it’s simply his keen eye and sense of perspective. Ask Joe where the power comes from in his images, and he’ll tell you, “I want to give the viewer of my work the best seat in the house.”
Joe was the first and continues to be an approved official artist for Elvis Presley Enterprises. He is also an approved artist for Muhammad Ali Enterprises and has created fine art approved and signed by Joe Namath, Al Pacino, Tiger Woods, Tom Brady, Harrison Ford, and dozens more. His Star Wars art has been licensed by Lucas Film Ltd and his Superheroes by DC Comics. He was chosen by MGM Studios and Sylvester Stallone to create artwork to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of “Rocky.” In addition, Joe has created a fine art line featuring Stallone’s Rambo character. Past accomplishments include being chosen as an approved artist for the Rock n’ Roll Fantasy Camp, where his sheet music portraits were added to the collections of more than 100 of the biggest rock stars around, including Slash, Joe Walsh, Brett Michaels, Levon Helm, Brian Wilson and others. Joe has been featured in the New York Times and on both ESPN and SNY for his sketchbook commentary on each and every NY Mets baseball game. His popularity continues to grow as his daily NY Knicks and NY Jets commentaries repeatedly earn recognition. Joe’s accolades are endless.
Millionaire Gallery is honored to represent Joe Petruccio and to be able to offer his entire collection, including rare one-of-a-kind original watercolors and drawings from his personal sketch book.
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