D’Amico is well known for his Hudson paintings and others that depict scenes of America’s rich and diverse landscape. Many are in private collections and the following corporate collections: Philip Morris Inc., IBM, U.S. State Dept., United Airlines, Aetna Life and Casualty, Pepsico, Time Warner, Inc., Deloit and Toucsh, Chemical Bank, Pace University, Kaiser Foundation, G.E., Reuben Donnelly, Namora Securites, H.I.P. of Greater N.Y., Newport News Ship Building, Astoria Federal Savings, Bank of Hawaii, Delta Airlines, Metro Media, and Verizon.
D’Amico is interested in the play between representational imagery and the more abstract qualities of vibrant color and form. D’Amico states: “Color for me is a way to simulate light, create atmosphere, and express the vitality of a place.”
D’Amico studied art at the School of Visual Arts in N.Y., Silvermine College of Art, San Francisco Art Institute, and SUNY Purchase.
In addition to working on commissioned landscape paintings and murals, D’Amico teaches art locally and also curates art exhibits for the Chappaqua Library’s art gallery. He has exhibited his paintings in numerous group shows in the metropolitan area and has had many solo shows in galleries in Westchester, New York City, Wisconsin, and Massachusetts.