Odds & Ends
Of My Blood
Semper Fi Joe An old High School buddy and Marine Vietnam Vet, Joe Massaro, has loaned me this piece for the show. It was painted in 1968, the year that I had joined the Corps. After 46 years, I...
Commissioned to design this monument, it now sits completed near the naval park.
This oil painting was done in the year that I had joined the Marine Corps, 1968. It's approximately 32" x 26".
Located in Marine Corps Officers Basic School, Quantico, Va. Dedicated April 2014.
Jimmy Chebat, benefactor of these pieces, proud father and member of the Nardin community, wished to show his appreciation for the education his two children are receiving at Nardin Academy Montessori. In an effort to do so, he originally commissioned Mr. Sirianni to...
May 2013 story by Annise Celano for The Bee.
The monument is in place at Semper Fidelis Memorial Park, United States Marine Corps Museum, Quantico, Virginia.
I thought that it might be fun to paint some of my angel fish and make up a few in the process.
The piece that will be entered is " Crucifixion/Nam". From the press release: On Saturday, May 25, 2013, the National Veterans Art Museum (NVAM) will host the opening of Tenacity and Truth: People, Places and Memories, a brand-new exhibit showcasing works from the...
The article from Sunday, May 28th, 2012, by Colin Dabkowski can be found HERE. Of all the veterans’ monuments Ralph Sirianni has designed for city, town and village parks throughout Western New York, he walks past his favorite one nearly every day on his way into...
From a recent presentation to art students at Lakeshore H.S. ...
Bill Abbott had some interesting questions that I'd like to share with you. The interview can be found here.