May 25, 2017.
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Image: John DeFaro. 2015. Tree Pelt trading drawing. 24 by 30 inches. pencil on paper. Private collection.
July 20, 2017, Frieze.com
Image: John DeFaro. Drawing. One Tree Over. 2017. 24 by 18 inches, dimensional paint on foam matting.
Article by Andrew Brown in theguardian / November 6, 2009
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A Green God?
NY Times article, Wednesday, July 12, 2017
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Hungry Hammock. 2017. 14 by 15 inches. graphite on paper.
Organization helps local churches reduce carbon footprint
Image below: Tree pelt / small migration series. 2017. 14 by 17 inches, pencil on paper
The Green Lady in Brooklyn, NY
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Image: John DeFaro. Dinner is Ready. 2017. 12 by 9 inches, watercolor on paper
Sharing art of nature exhibited in 2015 to celebrate
Image: John DeFaro. View of Frill Hill. 2014. 14 by 18 inches. pencil, marker, crayon on Manila (Abaca) paper. private collection.
One of six drawings shown in the ‘Into the Wild‘ exhibition curated by Carol Jazzar. Miami Dade College’s Museum of Art & Design, Kendall Campus. Sept/Oct 2015. Artists in show: Scott Armetta, Elizabeth Condon, Lilian Garcia-Roig, Ernesto Kunde, Magnus Sodamin, Donna Torres, Typo, and two master works by Augusto Chartrand Dubois and Miguel Arias.
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Drawing (detail) ‘Tree Pelt’ 2015. ink, interference acrylic, pencil, marker