John Rossini has been a professional architect, illustrator and watercolorist for 30 years. His paintings are represented in numerous private and corporate collections.
John was educated at the Georgia Institute of Technology where he developed a life long passion for watercolors. He received a degree in Architecture and formal training in architectural illustration. He has been a lecturer in the Fine Arts Department at the University of Massachusetts where he taught architectural illustration. In addition, John has been an adjunct professor at Bay Path College in Massachusetts for the past several years teaching drawing and architectural technology.
John’s architectural background and attention to detail have been a strong influence in the subject matter and composition of his artwork. John affirms, “The subjects of my art are generally ordinary scenes with strong architectural themes that reflect the New England vernacular. My style is realist in order to present the things around me as they truly exist. The barns, houses and the countryside of New England provide a major source of material for my paintings. My wife, a professional crafter and collector, provides the teddy bears, rag dolls, quilts and “stuff” that frequent my artwork.”