Born in Miami, Florida, Vincent Serritella painted his first canvas at the early age of ten. After graduating from the acclaimed New World School of the Arts in Miami, Vincent went on to study at both the Maryland Institute, College of Art in Baltimore, Maryland under narrative painter Raoul Middleman and later at The Cooper Union in New York City under abstract expressionist Don Kunz and experimental filmmaker Robert Breer where Serritella received his bachelor's degree in fine art.
Serritella has already been included in various exhibitions including “Ruminations On Pop Art” at Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, CA; “L'Art de vivre” at Chateau L'Hospitalet in Narbonne, France; “Water Rites” at The Audrey Love Gallery in Miami, Florida; and "Young Latin Contemporaries" at Nassau County Museum Of Art, Manhasset, NY. Serritella presented The Webby Awards Honoree winning project, “Project 365” at The Children’s Creativity Museum in San Francisco, CA which was then published and awarded "Outstanding Book Of The Year: Arts Craftsmanship" by the IPPY Awards and was a winner of the USA Best Book Awards in art.
Serritella will be featured in the upcoming documentary series “Visionaries: Introduced by Lexus, Real Story San Francisco" by Lexus International. Serritella’s work can also be seen in the upcoming exhibition [ee-kwuh-lib-ree-uhm] in collaboration with photographer Cade Martin in 2020.
Serritella currently lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area, California.