Jim Zingarelli (BFA Pratt Institute, M.A. Trinity College, CT, Nicoli Botteghe Artistici di Scultura, Cararra, Italy) is a painter and sculptor who has been teaching art for 36 years and is currently Professor of Art at Gordon College, Wenham, MA. He has taught at The Salzburg Institute, Salzburg, Austria as well as The Orvieto Semester, Italy and The Carving Studio & Sculpture Center in West Rutland, VT. His work has been exhibited at many local galleries and also in St. Paul’s Cathedral, and the Attleboro Museum. He resides and works in Amesbury, Massachusetts.
"Chord & Color" was recently featured in a performance and virtual exhibit at the Berklee College of Music with original scores and performances by saxophonist Gail McArthur-Browne and violinist Helen Sherrah-Davies (both professors at the Berklee College of Music) based on the Chord and Color paintings. This collaborative arts project fuses painting and musical composition, creating a uniquely integrated experience for the audience.