Oil Paintings by Joseph Palazzolo
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Joseph Palazzolo
Collection: Figures

Indian Wells Tavern, Amagansett, NY. The Move. In Washington Square Park, New York City, I came upon one of many chess games in progress. The player of black contemplates his next move with the intensity necessary to be a winner. I hope you feel his trepidation. At Loeb Fountain, Central Park, New York City. Only in New York City can little children turn a cement playground into an urban beach of sorts. Who needs sand? What fun to watch them as carefree as can be on a warm and sunny July day at Loeb Fountain sprinklers, just off 76th Street and Fifth Avenue in New York City. American Heroes. This oil painting was created and donated for a charity event to raise funds for the Independence Fund, a non-profit organization that provides wheelchairs to wounded veterans from the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. Nine Point Five. Filtering the Wine. French Horn. At the Carlyle. This oil painting of musician bass player was inspired by a concert I attended at The Carlyle Hotel in New York City. Singer Steve Tyrell was appearing, and his combo included this musician. <br /><br /> The Audience. The Letter. Edie`s Millinery, Vancouver.
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