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Joe Sambataro



I am so lucky to be doing what I love. Art is not only a form of communication but also an expression of yourself. I realize what a great privilege it is to share that with others and I am thankful every day.
Joe Sambataro
L A T E S T    N E W S !
Joe Sambataro Named a "Best of Texas" Artist!
Rainbow's End
   New Series by Sambataro for 2012
Rainbows End, a New Best of Texas Series, by Sambataro
SAMBATARO'S Award Winning paintings from his new series "Living in Color" are now on exhibit at:

BANKS Fine Art Gallery, Dallas, TX - 214-352-1811

and

ORISONS Fine Art Gallery, McKinney, TX - 972-529-1441

J U S T    R E L E A S E D !
Painting Without Numbers: an autobiography of Master Artist SAMBATARO. Just Released!

  Just Released!

A new book by Master Artist, Joe Sambataro, humorously depicts his journey from humble beginnings in the projects through his relentless quest to make it to Art School, with absolutely no money.

"Where there's a will, there's a way," is an understatement in this autobiography that will inspire all who read it!

Contact Joe directly to Get Your Copy of 'Painting Without Numbers'!

  Excerpt:

CHAPTER ONE
"IN THE BEGINNING, THERE WAS LIGHT"

     Soon after I arrived, the first thing I must have seen was the small candle on top of a slightly stale brown cupcake that the nurse was placing on my mother's stomach. My recently vacated apartment was still swollen as the tiny dish of light gently showed itself, while the nurse whispered an off-key version of "Happy Birthday." What did this mean?

     I then found out that not only was I born on my own mother's birthday and I would be sharing presents with her until I was eight, but that we were born on March 15th, the infamous date of which Shakespeare wrote, "Beware the Ides of March." Of course, I could not ignore this obvious sign and took it to mean, "Look out world, here I come!"

T E S T I M O N I A L S
Dear Joe,

After bypass surgery in Mobile, Alabama I woke to several seascape prints in my room all signed Sambataro, I struggled to get up and see them. They were trying to get me to walk before sent me home. My inspiration was to get up and see the other art work down the hall. Yours were my favorites. Got to return to the hospital after three days at home for heart surgery again, good thing your pictures were still there, really awesome talent Joe.

Thanks and God Bless,
Steven S.