Jack Morrocco joined the Art for Charity project at an early stage of its development and is one of our founder Artists.
Jack’s main artistic development began at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in the 1970’s. Here he was taught by his respected uncle Alberto Morrocco who was Principal Teacher of Painting during Jack’s studies.
In his third year at college Jack was chosen to study at Hospitalfield House during his summer break. Throughout this time Morrocco worked under the eye of one of this century’s best known contemporary pop artists, Peter Blake.
After graduating from the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in 1974 he was awarded a highly commended post diploma and the Farquar Reid Travelling Scholarship. This enabled Jack to travel to Paris and Florence.
In the years after college Jack moved into the field of advertising, design and marketing setting up a consultancy business in Dundee whilst finding time to continue to produce works for galleries and shows across Scotland.
However by 1997 he decided to move into full time professional painting and hasn’t looked back since. His distinctive works are now collected all over the world and displayed in a number of exclusive galleries in Scotland, London and abroad.
Painting from his studios in Fife, Scotland and the Cote d’Azur, France, Jack’s unique works display various techniques and styles. His artistic talent allows him to paint both traditional and contemporary still lives, landscapes and figurative pieces which are all highly sought after.
Art for Charity is delighted to display for sale a range of Jack Morrocco works in strictly Limited Editions of 25 Prints signed and numbered by the Artist and also in original form.
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