About Chris Fabbri

French/Italian Painter, born 1973 in Chelsea, Massachusetts. In the Summer of 1999, at age 25, he moved to East Bay California. Now in his mid 40s, he paints series of themed artwork, offering his paintings to collectors.

Most of his painting commissions are portraits of actors and musicians, including generations of pop art. His painting series also includes collectible abstracts, cartoons, figures, landscapes and still lives. The surface of his paintings are varnished with acrylics and oils onto canvas, cardboard, found objects, metal, paper, vinyl and wood. Some are small intimate frame sized paintings and some are wall size. Over the years, working on electronic music and multimedia projects, he produced digital art in Photoshop, select images can be ordered on multicolored Tshirts at CafePress. Chris also builds series of nature photography prints inspired by the scenery of California.

Chris has painted murals for businesses around the East Bay Area. In the Summer of 2019, Chris worked on painting a mural of an abstract dragon on the Dreamland playground structures of Aquatic Park in Berkeley. In the Summer of 2016, he painted a drink menu mural for the MilkTeaLab in Pleasant Hill. In the Summer of 2012, he painted a landscape mural of Venice Italy at PizzaOliva in Walnut Creek.

2018 Northern California, acrylic on canvas board 22”x28”

1999-2020 California
·Artist Painting Series
·Exhibitions Shows
·Painter Studios
·Photographer Galleries

Past Awards
·2014 Top5 EastBay Painter by AliveEastBay
·1999 BestSeller PaintingsDirect USA TODAY

1992-1999 Boston
·Art Curator Painter
Gallery28 Newbury Street
·Art Docent Security
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
·Actor Cast Extra
Paramount Pictures School Ties

Education
1992-1996
(BFA) Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree
·New England School of Art & Design
·Suffolk University Boston

Expertises
Calligraphy, Communications,
Conceptual Images,
Figurative Drawing, Scenic Murals, Portraiture,
Interior Exterior Painting Props,
Theater Arts, Set Design

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