Armondo Dellasanta

Published by January 8, 2009 8:17 pm Leave your thoughts

Broome Community College professor Richard Barons called him “Binghamton’s VanGogh.” Armondo Dellasanta is over 90 now and still painting. For years, people have been fascinated with his takes on life in Binghamton (among other places). WSKG’s Jen Matoney was granted an interview with this quiet gentleman, who won a lifetime achievement award at the 2007 Broome County Arts Council’s “Heart of the Arts Awards”.

Dellasanta died on December 21, 2010 at the age of 94.

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