ABOUT THE ARTIST
JAMES CORDASCO, Emeritus AIA, B: 1936, Newark, NJ
Studios in New Jersey & Florida
He is an Artist, Architect, Urban Planner, Designer and Teacher. He started painting at an early age, and continued to paint throughout his architectural and design career. He was first introduced to classes in art and painting in 1948 as a youngster at the Newark Museum. His architectural schooling was at "The Institute of Design and Construction", Brooklyn, NY, where he was instructed by renowned artists and architects. After passing the architectural registration examination at "Yale University" in 1966, he started his architectural practice, and as an Architect, he designed many buildings of significance in which he endeavored to include art with architecture. With his intellectual knowledge of art and architecture, he was appointed as an Adjunct Professor at the "New Jersey Institute of Technology", Newark, NJ. in the 1970’s.
His paintings are creative and interesting; hanging in many commercial offices & homes, some of which were designed by him.