Joseph Sagolla resides in Historic Bristol Borough, Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with degrees in fine arts and education. He paints local landscapes and specializes in custom house portraits.
During the winter months in Pennsylvania, Mr. Sagolla retreats to his mountain home in Puerto Rico where he paints the tranquil countryside surroundings. During the summer months, he specializes in masonry art and concrete construction resulting in the creation of numerous monuments in and around the Bristol and Philadelphia area.
Mr. Sagolla has exhibited in many one-man shows both locally and in Puerto Rico. His work can be seen at Galeria Don Juan in Arecibo, Puerto Rico and at his studio in Bristol, PA.
His work is also displayed in many private collections including:
Former Pennsylvania governor Mark Schweiker
State Senator Arlen Specter
Corporate collections including the Rohm and Haas Corporation and the 3M Company
Mr. Sagolla's annual “Historic Bristol Day” show in Bristol Borough, Pennsylvania is held in the spacious common area of The First Service Bank on the Delaware River. This same location also presents a large watercolor mural (4’ x 32’) of the beautiful Historic Bristol Borough Pennsylvania waterfront as part of its permanent collection.
Mr. Sagolla can interpret your ideas or photos and produce a high-quality watercolor ready to exhibit in your home or office. If you would like to acquire a piece from “The Sagolla Collection”, or commission Mr. Sagolla to fashion a house portrait or any other image, please email your questions or request to info@ jsagollafinearts.com
You can own a 16" x 20" Sagolla portrait of your home for $225 plus shipping.