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Detail of Hadrosaurus Monument
Haddonfield, NJ (2003)

John Giannotti's sculptures are incuded in Public Sculpture in New Jersey, by Meredith Bzdak and Douglas Peterson, Rutgers University Press, 1999
G is for Garden State by Eileen Cameron, 2004
In addition, a delightful children's book, Haddy, the Doorstopasaurus by Lisa Suhay, Franklin Mason Press 2003, features the artist as one of the characters in the book. To find out more, go to:
Dinosaur Encyclopedia, p. 51, Igloo Books, Oxfordshire, England 2006

  • 2017 Temple Owl, Bronze, 10' x 7', for Carolfi Studios
  • 2014 Dave Robinson Portrait Bust, Bronze, Moorestown, NJ
  • 2013 New Whitman Monument, Whitman Shoppes, Huntington, New York
  • 2013 9/11 Monument (Consultant and Designer) Haddonfield, NJ
  • 2013 "The Little Artist" Life size bronze tribute to Hillary Johnston, Haddonfield, NJ
  • 2012 Rosie the Riveter, Wood-ridge, NJ
  • 2011 Cooper Hospital/Coriell Institute Portraits, 7' x 10', Camden, NJ
  • 2010 Whitman with Butterfly, Bronze, 8'h, Walt Whitman Birthplace Museum, Huntington, New York
  • 2009 Matthew Henson Monument, Epoxy Bronze, 12' h, Camden Shipyard and Maritime Museum
  • 2008 Tile Frieze, Markeim Arts Center, Haddonfield, NJ
  • 2008 Whitman Bronze, Rutgers University, Camden, NJ
  • 2006 Pontian Genocide Memorial. Bronze Eagle (Monokefalos) Dedicated September 10, 2006, Valley Forge, PA
  • 2006 Rescue V (bronze), Port St. Lucie Fire District, Port St. Lucie, Florida
  • 2005 Sister Barbara Micarelli (bronze), Franciscan Missionary Sisters of the Infant Jesus, Cherry Hill, New Jersey (in progress)
  • 2004 Chief Robert Kristie Memorial (bronze), Willow Springs Fire District, Willow Springs, Illinois
  • 2003 Hadrosaurus Foulkii Sculpture, Bronze, 15' in length, Haddonfield NJ
  • 2002 Rescue IV (bronze) Hagerman Fire Disrict, East Patchogue, New York
  • 2002 Memorial of the Innocents, Cooper River Park, Pennsauken, NJ
    (Projected completion, July, 2002)
  • 2001 Applause Award for Visual Art -- Markeim Art Center, Haddonfield, NJ
  • 2001 L-3 Communications Monument (granite/concrete) Camden, NJ
  • 2001 Shark Series VII (bronze) - Cooper River Park, Haddon Twp., NJ
  • 2000 Rescue III (bronze), Selden, New York
  • 2000 Philadelphia Flower Show (12' x 38' mural) - Convention Center, Phildelphia, PA
  • 1999 Whitman III (bronze) - NJ State Aquarium Children's Garden, Camden, NJ
  • 1994 Madame Curie Monument II - bronze sculpture commissioned by Brassner Fine Arts, W. Palm Beach, FL
  • 1993 Madame Curie Monument I - bronze sculpture commissioned by Soka University, Japan
  • 1992 Walt Whitman Monument III - bronze sculpture commissioned by Soka University, Japan
  • 1992 Walt Whitman Monument II - bronze sculpture commissioned by Brassner Fine Arts, W. Palm Beach, FL
  • 1990 Walt Whitman Monument - bronze sculpture commissioned by City of Camden
  • 1988 City of Camden Exhibition - Outstanding Artist award
  • 1986 The Rescue, II - lifesize bronze sculpture commissioned by Chews Landing Fire Company, Chews Landing, NJ
  • 1984 Spanish Consulate, New York, NY - exhibition graphics for Francisco Goya Exhibit
  • 1983 University of Pennsylvania - exhibition graphics for Francisco Goya Exhibit at the Furness Gallery
  • 1983 George Imhof Award - office of the Mayor, Camden, NJ
  • 1982 Cooper Medical Center, Murals for pre-op and post-op rooms
  • 1981 The Rescue - lifesize bronze sculpture commissioned by Camden County Board of Freeholders, Lakeland, NJ
  • 1981 Outdoor sculpture, Atlantic City, New Jersey; contributing sculptor
  • 1976 Martin Senour Award, - for preparation of exhibition at Philadelphia Art Alliance
  • 1974 Playground Design, Atlantic City, NJ commissioned by Atlantic City Housing Authority

SOLO EXHIBITIONS - International
  • Torre Alberti, Florence, Italy, 1997
  • Lucia Burgassi: Gallery, Florence, Italy: March 1997
  • St Martin-in-the-Fields, London, England: January,1994
  • Bottega di Cimabue, Florence, Italy: November,1988
  • Galleria Settembrini, Forte dei Marmi, Italy: June, 1987
  • Uraniadue Gallery, Florence, Italy: May, 1986
  • Port Colburne Fine Arts Center, Port Colburne, Canada: June, 1971
  • Welland Art Center, Welland, Ontario, 1969


  • Evearts Gallery, Haddonfield, NJ, 2007
  • "Conversazioni", Art Library, Rutgers University, April, 2003
  • Onawa Center, Lake Onawa, Maine: July 2002
  • Toccando i Muri - Stedman Art Gallery II, 1998
  • Retrospective Exhibition - Stedman Art Gallery Jan., 1995
  • Margaret Lipworth Fine Arts, Boca Raton, Florida: June, 1993
  • Four Corners Gallery, Lambertville, New Jersey: April, 1988
  • L.B. Jones Gallery, Wilmington, Delaware: April- May, 1987
  • The Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA: October, 1977
  • Maine Audubon Society Annual Exhibition, Falmouth, Maine
  • "Hadrosaurus Foulkii: The Dinosaur that Changed the World" Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA
  • "Forging Memorial Art for Public Memory" Art Library, Rutgers University
  • American Consulate - Caracas, Venezuela
  • Brenau National Invitational - Atlanta, Ga.
  • New Expressions by Southern New Jersey Art Faculties Noyes Museum, Pomona, New Jersey
  • National Drawing Exhibition, "For Love or Money", Cameron University; Cameron, Oklahoma
  • Copper Two, International Sculpture Competition, University of Arizona at Tucson
  • Group Exhibition, Gallery 641, Washington, DC
  • National Drawing Exhibition, University of North Carolina, John Canaday, curator
  • Charles Rand Penney, Exhibition of the Collection, Kenan Center for the Arts, Lockport, New York
  • Albright-Knox Annual, The Albright-Knox Gallery Buffalo, New York
  • Delaware Museum Invitational, Wilmington, DE
  • Sculpture Annual, Rodger LaPelle Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
  • Nabisco Invitational, East Hanover, NJ
  • Sculpture Annual, Rodger LaPelle Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
  • Sculpture Annual, Rodger LaPelle Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
  • Eastern Light Exhibition, Wayne Art Center, Wayne, PA
  • Group Invitational, Robeson Center, Newark, NJ
  • 20th Anniversary MFA Exhibition, NJ State Museum, Trenton
  • National Endowment Exhibition, Pavilion Gallery, Mt. Holly, NJ
  • Atelier Sculptors, Lycoming College, Williamsport, PA
  • Group Invitational, Philadelphia Art Alliance
  • NEA Invitational, Pavilion Gallery, Mt. Holly, NJ
  • 26th Annual, Hunterdon Art Center, Clinton, NJ
  • Living Art in the Schools, Traveling Artists Equity Show
  • 25th Annual, Hunterdon Art Center, Clinton, NJ
  • Bicentennial Exhibition, Memorial Hall, Philadelphia, PA
  • New Jersey, Seven, Somerset Art Center, Somerset, NJ
  • Earth Art, Two, Museum of the Civic Center, Philadelphia, PA
  • Philadelphia Festival 1974, Philadelphia, PA
  • 13th Annual, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
  • Arts in the Schools, Artists Equity Traveling Exhibition
  • Earth Art 73, Museum of the Philadelphia Civic Center


  • MFA Rutgers University, Mason Gross School of the Arts,1970
  • BFA SUNY, University Center, Buffalo, 1968 cum laude
  • AA (with Distinction) Suffolk CC College, Selden, New York


  • 1970 Appointed Assistant Professor
  • 1976 Promotion to Associate Professor, with tenure
  • 1988 Promotion to Full Professor with tenure
  • 1977-79 Department Chair
  • 1984-92 Department Chair
  • 1984-2001 Director, International Studies Program, Camden
  • 1995-2001 Department Chair
  • 1998-2001 Chair, Fine Arts Department
  • 2001 Professor Emeritus, Rutgers University

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