joe triano



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joe triano Posted Artwork 
15 months ago 
Icons by joe triano
30 x 40
 
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joe triano Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
When Words have too many Shadows by joe triano
Acrylic 24 x 18
 
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
For Which It Stands by joe triano
Acrylic 24 x 18
 
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
The Heart of His People by joe triano
Acrylic 40 x 30
 
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
16 months ago 
The Mighty Grizzly by joe triano
36 x 60
 
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
22 months ago 
Emergence Of A New Leader by joe triano
22 x 28
 
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
22 months ago 
Lamenting The Leader by joe triano
Acrylic 24 x 36
 
Reproductions of this original painting are available by going to and clicking on the purchase button, all information is available there. Thank you.
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joe triano Posted Artwork 
23 months ago 
I've Got Your Back by joe triano
Acrylic 16 x 24
 
Reproductions of this original painting are available for purchase, go to the purchase button for size and prices. Thank you.
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
28 months ago 
Breaking Cover Black Bear by joe triano
Acrylic 18 x 14
 
Reproductions of this original painting are available, Thank you.
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
28 months ago 
Running Free Red Wolf by joe triano
Acrylic 12 x 16
 
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
29 months ago 
WINTERS MORNING MAGIC by joe triano
Acrylic 18 x 34
 
Reproductions of this original painting are available, please go to the purchase page for size and price availability - Thank You.
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joe triano Posted Artwork 
29 months ago 
Soulful Eyes by joe triano
Acrylic 28 x 22
 
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
31 months ago 
The Wild One - Mustang by joe triano
Acrylic 24 x 30
 
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joe triano Posted Artwork 
31 months ago 
Hunger Burns - Polar Bear and Caribou by joe triano
Acrylic 24 x 30
 
Reproductions of this original painting are available, please go to the purchase link - Thank You.
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
31 months ago 
Cowboy Indian OR Indian cowboy by joe triano
22 x 28.25
 
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
33 months ago 
Searching the High Country - Coyote by joe triano
Acrylic 20 x 24
 
Reproductions of this original painting are available on the Purchase link, Thank you!
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
33 months ago 
Displaying His Splendor by joe triano
Acrylic 48 x 42
 
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
34 months ago 
Twenty Below - Bison by joe triano
Acrylic 16 x 12
 
Reproductions of this original painting are also available, please go to Purchase link. Thank You!
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
34 months ago 
Most Sacred Spirit,..Reveal Unto Me Thy Wisdom by joe triano
Acrylic 50 x 42
 
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joe triano Posted Artwork 
36 months ago 
Has Little to Fear by joe triano
Acrylic 10 x 10
 
Reproductions of this original painting are also available, Thank you.
 

 
joe triano Posted Artwork 
36 months ago 
Mystic Powers of The Medicine Man by joe triano
Acrylic 30 x 40
 
Reproductions of this original painting are also available, Thank you.
 

 



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Biography
I was born on March 5 to a working class family in Harrison, New Jersey not far from the city of Newark. My art education began on my twelfth birthday when I was given a monograph book chronicling the life of Vincent van Gogh. It opened my eyes to the world of color. As an adult I studied with renowned artists Taylor Oughton and Vernon Wood. I allow the painting to guide me and take on a life of its own. I believe that my love of color is directly related to the manner in which van Gogh orchestrated his own palette, without barriers.
 
My introduction to the Native American was through the western themed serials of the 1960s. On television and in film, Native Americans were always portrayed as the villain; even as a young boy it never seemed right to me. My inexplicable kinship with the culture of the Native American is a mystery to me. I did not choose my subject. It chose me.
 
My son was born in 1986 and soon after I relocated my family to southern New Jersey to be at peace and concentrate on my life as a father and an artist. I hope to inspire the viewers of my work with emotion. I am passionate about everything I do.
 
My art is my life.
 
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