My work is about giving form to memories, dreams, and daydreams. I've long been passionate about
making visible the hidden psychology lurking beneath our everyday lives.
My artistic process includes always being "on the lookout" for metaphorical images that flash into my mind's eye in relaxed moments—most commonly while listening to music, or before falling asleep.
I paint with my fingers, which gives the work a rough, spontaneous look that more closely approximates what I see in my head, as well as giving it a more personal and primal touch.
The paintings of award-winning artist Joe Bucciano have been featured in solo and group
exhibitions in galleries and cultural centers, including the Heckscher Museum in Huntington,
New York; the Art League of Long Island in Dix Hills, New York; and ArtServe in Fort