You may remember Joseph Cavalieri from his month long residency at The Studios of Key West in 2012, where he taught painting on glass, exhibited and perfected his “Jackie O” series. During this residency he was introduced to Lucky Street through his community advisor Tyler Buckheim, Art Consultant at Lucky Street Gallery.
Joseph’s award winning work has been exhibited in art galleries and museums in the U.S. Europe, India and Australia, including in the Permanent Collection at the Museum of Arts and Design, in his home town of New York City. His work was chosen for the International Arte Laguna Prize in Venice, Italy, and for a one-man show at The Society of Arts and Crafts in Boston. Permanent installations can be seen at Dixon Place Theater, New York; Sanskriti Foundation, Delhi; Instituto Sacatar, Brazil; Lo Studio dei Nipoti, Italy; North Lands Creative Glass, Scotland, and an large scale outdoor glass installation with the MTA Art’s for Transit at Philipse Manor Train Station, in Sleepy Hollow, New York.
In his past life, Joseph Art Directed at GQ, Good Housekeeping and People magazines, helping decide very important issues like the who is the “sexiest man alive” and the “best and worst dressed” celebrities. In 1997 he was introduced to glass through classes at UrbanGlass, which led to teaching and working full time in 2009.