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"I was born on July 26th, 1953, John Michael Gallo, the only son of Dr. John P and Elsie Gallo of Surfside, Florida. Attended Bay Harbour Elementary, Nautilus Middle School and Miami Beach High School through the 12th grade, when I went to the University of S. Fla. in Tampa. Although the plan was for me to follow in my dads footsteps and become a do"

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Little Blue House

Canada

Sail Boat

Beach House

Sailfish

Tropical Island

Jumping Fish

War Series 2

War Series 1

RainBow Bridge

Vibrator_Lady

Palm Tree

nice ass

Beach Umbrella

Beach House




Selected for display at the 2006
"Impressions of Old South Florida" exibit
at the Bonnet House Museum and Gardens,
Ft Lauderdale, FL
                             AND      
Chosen by Florida Artists Registry for
juried competition and display at the Avalon
Gallery in downtown Orlando, FL
                  December  2008
"Sail Boat" was chos
[Announcement - John Gallo - 2Ko - 2009]



Watercolor Artist John Gallo, from Surfside, FL's painting  'Steve Wow' has been
accepted into Orlando Art Districts "Mascheradi di Avalon" juried competition

and auction, to be held at the CityArts Factory, in downtown Orlando,

October 7 2006.

[Announcement - John Gallo - 1Ko - 2006]


 ART & ATHLETES: A PICTURE PERFECT EVENT
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                                                                   JOHN M GALLO



I was born on July 26th, 1953, John Michael Gallo, the only son of Dr. John P & Elsie Gallo of Surfside, Florida.
Attended Bay Harbour

Elementary, Nautilus Middle School

and Miami Beach High School through the 12th grade, when I went to the University of S. Fla. in Tampa.
Although the plan was for me to follow in my dads footsteps and become a doctor,
 something went terribly wrong in Tampa and my biology classes were replaced with Introduction to Modern Art.


With two years of college completed, I returned home and began work in the showroom of a leading interior design

firm called David & Dash. Mr. Dash took a fancy to me and insisted I learn the trade from the ground on up, so he transferred me to the warehouse, where I was introduced to colors with strange names like rust, fuchsia, alabaster & ebony. Here I began to understand how colors worked with one another and I began to

co-ordinate color combinations.


Shortly thereafter

I resumed my studies at the U of Miami, from which I graduated with a BBA degree in Finance and Marketing.

***********

I traveled the across the United States for the next 10 years or so and then in 1991, My mother sufferd a severe Stroke here in Miami Beach.
I took care of my mother in the mornings, so my dad could be a doctor and make his daily rounds treating disease and tending to the broken bones at St Francis Hospital,
 but soon found I needed to be with my mom full time, as another and another stroke ravaged her frail body.

I eventually moved back in to my parents house doing cooking, cleaning and caring for my mom.
I soon found myself managing the entire household, grocery shopping, answering calls for my dad, doing his medical practice's billing, and taking on all household responsibilities.
 Thus, I became very close with my folks and this was a great time in my life.

**********

I had my evenings free so I began to do what I loved most,  music.  I wrote songs and formed a band whom with I eventually recorded a CD "$10 Guitar"

Then...

I lost my mother, and four months later, in November 1993  ,

to my surprise,

My Dad Died Also!

**********


I moved to Key West and bought a home where I began to paint with watercolors. The art work soon consumed all of my time and this was good, because I was alone and very sad.

My watercolor art became my best friend, kept me company, and brought me great joy.


(Jump to present)


I still paint watercolors and will continue to paint as long as God has that planned for me. In the future, I would like to teach watercolors, as a good friend once told me

"if you ever want to really learn about something, teach it"

 Thank you

[Biography - John Gallo - 5Ko]



I was born on July 26th, 1953, John Michael Gallo, the only son of Dr. John P & Elsie Gallo of Surfside, Florida. Attended Bay Harbour

Elementary, Nautilus Middle School

and Miami Beach High School through

the 12th grade, when I went to the University of S. Fla. in Tampa. Although the plan was for me to follow in my dads footsteps and become a doctor, something went terribly wrong in Tampa and my biology classes were replaced with Introduction to Modern Art.

With two years of college completed, I returned home and began work in the showroom of a leading interior design

firm called David & Dash. Mr. Dash took a fancy to me and insisted I learn the trade from the ground on up, so he transferred me to the warehouse, where I was introduced to colors with strange names like rust, fuchsia, alabaster & ebony. Here I began to understand how colors worked with one another and I began to

co-ordinate color combinations.

Shortly thereafter

I resumed my studies at the U of Miami, from which I graduated with a BBA degree in Finance and Marketing.

***********

I took care of my mother in the morning after she suffered a severe stroke in 1987, so my dad could be a doctor treating disease and tending to the broken bones and such at St Francis Hospital, but soon found I needed to be with my mom full time, as another and another stroke ravaged her frail body.

I eventually moved back in with my parents cooking, cleaning and caring for my mom and I soon found handling all the responsibilities, grocery shopping, answering calls for my dad, doing his medical practice's billing, and taking on the household
 responsibilities that my mom once did.
I became very close with my folks and this was a great time in my life.

**********

In my free time I began to write music and formed a band whom with I eventually recorded a CD  "$10 Guitar"

Then...

I lost my mother, and four months later, in 1993

To my surprise ...My Dad Died Also!

**********

I moved to Key West and bought a home where I began to paint with watercolors. The art work soon consumed all of my time and this was good, because I was alone and very sad.

My watercolor art became my best friend, kept me company, and brought me great joy.

Jump to 2007

I still paint watercolors and will continue to paint as long as God has that planned for me. In the future, I would like to teach watercolors, as a good friend once told me

"if you ever want to really learn about something, teach it"

[Biography - John Gallo - 4Ko]








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