Artist Profile

Franco Cuttica was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At the age of 6 his family emigrated to the United States. After attending several schools in the city Franco and his family moved to East Hampton to attend the Ross School.

Franco’s work manifests itself in a variety of mediums, all aimed at expressing the cycles of nature, and what he calls “the flat circularity of time.”

p>Franco’s driftwood series “is an intervened extension of a journey.” Wood that has travelled from as far as Africa, which would otherwise stay on the beach in Long Island, artificially “conjoins” for an extended expression, a final suggestion by the hand of man.

Franco’s works is exhibited in various private and public collections. Franco is a Ross School alumni and has attended both Pratt and Cooper Union architecture schools. Franco lives and works in East Hampton, NY

Horses - Recycled Driftwood Sculptures