Dominick Cocozza is a Guatemalan American emerging artist based in Arlington, Virginia. Cocozza currently studies at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), working towards a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Painting. His ambition for artistic excellence has led him to numerous successes. Cocozza's works have been exhibited in the United States Capitol building, Smithsonian Institution Hirshhorn Museum, and The Phillips Collection in downtown Washington, DC. He has received featured artist articles written by CNN and BBC News and a video interview by Voice of America. Cocozza has also been featured on the cover of the National Arts Education Association (NAEA) Magazine and received the Arlington Magazine Extraordinary Teen Award in 2020.
Cocozza is the owner of DCocozza Studios which is his fine arts company where he accepts commissioned work. He works in a wide variety of different art media and his artistic style combines prominent classical old master techniques with popular contemporary methods.
This summer Cocozza looks forward to working at the
Principle Gallery in Old Town Alexandria, VA as a gallery assistant/intern.