The Work


Galleries


Ten Elephants

 

Ten Elephants

 

 

A video taken, over time, as the artist works.

 

Dreamscapes and Nature

 

Homage to the Beatles

 

Sacred Greek Landscapes
Paintings focus on the relationship between the Greek landscape and selected temple sites.

 

Older Images

 

 

Exibitions


RECENT WORK by JOHN RECCO
Feick Gallery, Green Mountain College, Poultney, VT

 

 

A series of paintings based on his exploration of the theme of Mughal Dynasty miniature paintings of elephants.


Ten Elephants - 2015

Feick Gallery, Green Mountain College, Poultney, VT

 


2012

COPLEY AND THE SHARK

The Art Complex Museum / 189 Alden Street / Box 2814 / Duxbury, MA 02331 Galvanized Truth: A Tribute to George Nick

 


2007

Figurative

Katharine Rich Perlow Gallery

Comtempory Painting Sculpture Photography The Fuller Building 41 East 57 Street, 13th Floor New York, NY 10022

 


2007

John Recco: Fantastic Visions of Nature Exhibition

Katharine Rich Perlow Gallery Comtempory Painting Sculpture Photography The Fuller Building 41 East 57 Street, 13th Floor

 


2006

John Recco: Sacred Greek Landscapes Exhibition

Recco is a participant in the local artist program at the museum. His work is the result of a senior level Fulbright grant for Greece. His focus is on the relationship between the landscape and the selected temple sites throughout Greece. These oil paintings are of Greek landscapes filled with ancient artifacts, architecture, and native flora.

 


2005

Maliotis Cultural Center

The Sacred Greek Landscape exhibition highlights paintings that are associated with John's recent Fulbright to Greece. John was awarded a Senior Level Fulbright for his proposal to research and observe through painting, the relationship between the landscape and sacred temple sites at various locations in Greece.

 


2004

Homage to the Beatles: 40 Years Hence

It is 40 years since The Beatles "invaded America" and the American psyche on The Ed Sullivan Show. Recco celebrates this anniversary by incorporating Beatles album covers into his still-life paintings to create a running narrative of his childhood memory through a contemplation of objects that hold meaning for him.

 


2000

Kitchen Fit: New Paintings by John Recco

will open to the public on June 3, 2000 at the Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA). The exhibition, featuring a small group of Recco's still-life paintings, continues the museum's annual summer series of regional artist show. The artist will speak about his work as part of this year's "Discover Our Berkshires" week.