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artist , art educator

John Thomas Ventimiglia, American artist, art educator. Recipient artist's residency Chateau de Rochefort-en-Terre, 1997. Advisor to restoration and preservaton committee, Franklin Simmons' 1897 civil war monument The Lady of Victory, Portland, 1997.

Background

Ventimiglia, John Thomas was born on January 12, 1943 in Augusta, Maine, United States. Son of William Anthony and Eleanor Margarite (Smith) Ventimiglia.

Education

Student, Skowhegan School Painting & Sculpture, 1964. Bachelor of Fine Arts, Syracuse University, 1965. Master of Fine Arts, Maryland Institute College Art, Baltimore, 1967.

Career

Professor sculpture, design and drawing, chair sculpture department, Maine College Art, Portland, since 1972. Affifliated Icon Gallery, Brunswick, Maine.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Commissioned sculptures include Mount Holyoke College, 1993-1995, Cedars Nursing Home, 1992, Portland Public Library., Portland Museum Art.

Membership

Advisor to restoration and preservaton committee, Franklin Simmons' 1897 civil war monument The Lady of Victory, Portland, 1997.

Connections

Children: Timothy, August. Married Cheslye Larson, February 11, 1995.

father:
William Anthony Ventimiglia

mother:
Eleanor Margarite (Smith) Ventimiglia

spouse:
Cheslye Larson

children:
Timothy Ventimiglia

August Ventimiglia