Vincent Castiglia Gallery & Custom Tattoo Opening February 22, 2022 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Now with a seasoned 22-year career in Tattooing and Painting, creating a body of works that hangs in collections and indelibly on skin around the world, founder of Omega Tattoo in Brooklyn, NY (2003) has amalgamated both arenas “congealed” into Vincent Castiglia Gallery & Custom Tattoo, the harmonization of Vincent’s two greatest passions in one, subdivided location, the Gallery functioning independently from the Tattoo-wing of the Studio. Visit VCG: 2227 South Federal Highway
Fort Lauderdale FL 33316

Vincent Castiglia’s macabre-appearing art examining various ‘stations’ of the Human Condition, often with Metaphysical themes spans a crossover audience from comedian/actress Margaret Cho, who now has a massive self portrait created with her own blood, iconic Rock/Country legend and longtime collector of Vincent’s paintings Gregg Allman’s final album with cover art portrait and hand-painted logo and track listing, the album’s portrait of Gregg painted in the blood of the whole Allman family, the project’s brain-child and namesake, daughter, Brooklyn Allman, the painting going on to hang in the Grammy Museum for their Tribute to Gregg (original painting – Collection: Brooklyn Allman), AND, and crowned king of heavy metal guitarists Gary Holt of Slayer/Exodus, who now has a coveted custom-painted ESP guitar of the classically painted “Lucifer” – the functional artwork Vincent painted over 2 months which went on to tour with Gary, Slayer, and Exodus for the last 7 years and counting, going on to become Gary’s signature, ‘most played’ stage-axe for the “guitar god”.

After the release of the film Bloodlines, Vincent Castiglia devoted the last few years almost exclusively to privately commissioned painting in LA, creating “The Acceptance of Death & Transmigration of Consciousness”, “Love’s Travail”, and “Seat of The Seed Atom” among others, solely devoting one year to each work, several commissions (aptly) for collectors in field of Medicine, recently selling Vincent’s homage to Dr. Jack Kevorkian, “Angel of Death”.