Artist Marco Luccio’s adventurous life, unique Drypoint technique, and candid talks inspire a fresh appreciation for art and architecture.
Marco Luccio’s life is a testament to pursuing one’s dreams. He’s the only artist, aside from Margaret Burke-White, with a studio in New York’s iconic Chrysler Building.
In his lectures, Luccio guides you through his love for Manhattan, painting on the streets, under bridges, and on subways with giant canvases. He shares stories that inspire his artwork, and explains his renowned Drypoint technique, scratching scenes onto copper plates in bustling cities. Luccio’s talks are described as candid, inspiring, and entertaining, offering a fresh perspective on art and architecture.
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