John J. Giannotti
Professor Emeritus, Art
John J. Giannotti received his B.F.A. from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and his M.F.A. from Rutgers University, New Brunswick. He has taught Three Dimensional Design, Sculpture, and Artist in Society seminars. Professor Giannotti has exhibited his paintings and sculpture in many individual and group exhibitions around the world, most recently in Italy and at St. Martins in the Fields Gallery in London.
His monumental bronze sculptures of the poet Walt Whitman and scientist Madam Currie are permanently installed at public sculpture gardens in Tokyo, Japan and West Palm Beach, Florida. In 1988, he received the Warren I. Sussman Award for Excellence in Teaching and the Outstanding Faculty Award from the Camden Alumni Association. Professor Giannotti has been appointed as Resident Director of the Rutgers Junior Year Abroad Program in Florence, Italy for 1996-1997. He served in a similar capacity there in 1990-91.
See his work at www.giannottistudios.com.