SALVATORE TRIGILA - ARTIST
Salvatore Trigila (Dip. Fine Art, B. Edn. Grad. Dip. Graphic Communication) is a talented Melbourne Artist who specialises in Cityscapes and Figure Drawings. He was born in Palazzolo, Sicily and loves to travel to his birth place, borders permitting.
He is best known for his drawings of iconic buildings such as The Melbourne Club, and St Paul’s Cathedral in Melbourne, and prominent buildings in Europe.
His work has been featured and sold in many local and international Exhibitions. He owned and operated his own gallery in Lancefield, Victoria, for several years.
1948 Born in Palazzolo, Sicily
1954 Emigrated to Melbourne Australia
1978 Diploma of Fine Art at Bendigo College of Advanced Education 1980
Worked as silk screen artist and plate maker 1991 University of Melbourne, Diploma of Education 1991-2001 Teacher of Art in Secondary and Tertiary Colleges 1995 University of Melbourne, Post Graduate Diploma
In Graphic Communication
2002-2016 Exhibited and worked in Australia, Italy and France, established Art Gallery
2016-2022 Salvatore concentrates solely on his art - buildings and figure drawings. He
regularly runs art classes for adults and children.
Contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel 0432480601 www.salvsart.com
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