Dominic Sansone is a native of Chicago Illinois and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign and a Master of Fine Arts from the HerronSchool of Art and Design in Indianapolis. After completing his BFA studies, he spent two years working for an aerospace company producing fabrication and assembly drawings for satellites, military aircraft, and mobile artillery units. He next spent over a decade in the tradeshow industry where he oversaw worldwide exhibition programs for major multinational corporations. Sansone has exhibited in group and solo exhibitions across the United States and he is represented by Baang + Burne in New York City, Minan Gallery in Los Angeles, and Fulton Market Gallery in Chicago. He teaches at the Evanston Art Center and currently works and lives in St. Charles Illinois with his wife and two sons.
Holiday in Falluja - detail, 2008, bronze, iron and maple 9"x 10" x 70"
Below: JetboyMachine! 2014, resin coated urethane foam and catalpa, 42" x 60" x 9"