Matteo Caloiaro

"Keeping an Eye on Her"
"Keeping an Eye on Her"

14"x18", oil on canvas

"A Good Day at the Beach"
"A Good Day at the Beach"

20"x24", oil on canvas

"Blink Fry Doe"
"Blink Fry Doe"

30"x24", oil on canvas

"View from my Kitchen Window"
"View from my Kitchen Window"

11"x14", oil on canvas

"In Her Room"
"In Her Room"

36"x48", oil on canvas

"Mother's Quilt"
"Mother's Quilt"

36"x36", oil on canvas

"Sunset Diner"
"Sunset Diner"

24"x24", oil on panel

"Tilghman Island Boatyard"
"Tilghman Island Boatyard"

12"x24", oil on canvas

"Drawbridge at Knapp's Narrows"
"Drawbridge at Knapp's Narrows"

14'x18", oil on canvas

"The Builders"
"The Builders"

14"x11", oil on canvas

"Summertime in La Jolla"
"Summertime in La Jolla"

16"x20", oil on canvas

"Some Stuff from the Kitchen"
"Some Stuff from the Kitchen"

18"x24", oil on panel

Matteo Caloiaro developed an appreciation and love for art at an early age. It wasn’t until his senior year in high school, however, that he began to seriously pursue art as his profession. Matteo currently resides in Sarasota, Florida where he is working full-time as a gallery painter and freelance illustrator; he also teaches illustration and drawing at the prestigious Ringling College of Art and Design. Matteo’s work has been exhibited alongside such modern masters as Hodges Soileau, Clayton Beck III, Robert Liberace, and David Leffel. Matteo believes his talent to be a God-given gift, and he wishes to use this gift to benefit humanity. His work exhibits a reverence and adherence to Biblical values of faith, love, and hope, and he evinces these same values through the careful interpretation of his subjects. He desires his work to speak to the individual in a profoundly personal and realistic manner – to not only be aesthetically pleasing, but to be spiritually and emotionally inspiring.