Chuck Sabatino

“I don’t want my work to be photo-realism. I always want people to see my hand in it. But I always want it to be better.” –Chuck Sabatino

New York-born fine artist Chuck Sabatino’s canvases depict interesting subjects with light and shadow dancing among three or four clay pots or flower arrangements. He also creates paintings featuring a single pot, in a manner allowing us to focus directly and for a longer period of time.

Following a successful 25-year career as an art director, advertising executive, and TV producer in New York, Chuck relocated west and turned his focus to painting.

His love for his subject was instilled from childhood memories of time spent at New York City’s Museum of the North American Indian. He was enthralled with the artifacts he saw and imagining the life that went with them. Now Sabatino paints from his personal collection of pottery from pueblos of New Mexico and Arizona and other artifacts. Sabatino’s use of a warm palette of amber, gold, and browns generates a sense of timelessness.
Chuck Sabatino

Chuck Sabatino

Print Artist Bio
“I don’t want my work to be photo-realism. I always want people to see my hand in it. But I always want it to be better.” –Chuck Sabatino

New York-born fine artist Chuck Sabatino’s canvases depict interesting subjects with light and shadow dancing among three or four clay pots or flower arrangements. He also creates paintings featuring a single pot, in a manner allowing us to focus directly and for a longer period of time.

Following a successful 25-year career as an art director, advertising executive, and TV producer in New York, Chuck relocated west and turned his focus to painting.

His love for his subject was instilled from childhood memories of time spent at New York City’s Museum of the North American Indian. He was enthralled with the artifacts he saw and imagining the life that went with them. Now Sabatino paints from his personal collection of pottery from pueblos of New Mexico and Arizona and other artifacts. Sabatino’s use of a warm palette of amber, gold, and browns generates a sense of timelessness.

Chuck Sabatino

E.S. Curtis's "The Vanishing Race"

$ 10,500.00

Chuck Sabatino

1920 Sio Hemis Kachina

$ 9,500.00

Chuck Sabatino

Oto Tobacco Bag And Moccasins

$ 9,500.00

Chuck Sabatino

Canyon De Chelly And Pottery

$ 8,000.00

Chuck Sabatino

A Gray Day In The Badlands

$ 8,000.00

Chuck Sabatino

1920 Zia And Indian Drawing

$ 8,000.00

Chuck Sabatino

Lilies And Moccasins

$ 5,500.00

Chuck Sabatino

San Ildefonso Olla

$ 2,100.00

Chuck Sabatino

Shepherdess Of The Hills

$ 10,500.00

Chuck Sabatino

Pima

$ 1,900.00

Chuck Sabatino

Cochiti Storage Jar

$ 2,100.00

Chuck Sabatino

1910 Zia Jar

$ 2,100.00

Chuck Sabatino

Elk Skin Beaded Bag

$ 8,000.00

Chuck Sabatino

Remington’s Mountain Man

$ 8,000.00

Chuck Sabatino

Acoma Olla

$ 2,100.00

Chuck Sabatino

Santo Domingo Storage Jar

$ 2,100.00

Chuck Sabatino

San Ildefonso

$ 2,100.00

Chuck Sabatino

1830 Sioux Storage Bag

$ 8,000.00

Chuck Sabatino

Blackfoot Buffalo Horn Headdress

$ 6,800.00

Chuck Sabatino

Hopi Late 1800s Palhik Mana

$ 4,000.00

Chuck Sabatino

Navy Colt

$ 5,500.00

Chuck Sabatino

Zia Polichrome

$ 2,100.00

Chuck Sabatino

1900 Az Kachina

$ 4,000.00

Chuck Sabatino

Santa Clara

$ 1,900.00

Chuck Sabatino

Otto Tobacco Bag & Mimbres Bowl

$ 5,000.00

Chuck Sabatino

1880-90 Acoma

$ 2,100.00

Chuck Sabatino

Zuni Or Acoma

$ 2,100.00

Sold
Chuck Sabatino

San Ildefonso Jar

$ 2,100.00

Sold
Chuck Sabatino

Mimbres

$ 1,900.00

Sold
Chuck Sabatino

San Ildefonso Tunyo Jar

$ 1,900.00

Sold
Chuck Sabatino

Hopi

$ 1,900.00

Sold
Chuck Sabatino

Crow Flat Case & Otto Tobacco Bag

$ 8,000.00

Sold
Chuck Sabatino

Tanyo “San Ildefonso”

$ 1,710.00

Sold
Chuck Sabatino

Mimbre Two Fish Bowl

$ 1,710.00

Sold