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The Art of Steve MontiglioSteve Montiglio is a profession artist... crss

The Art of Steve Montiglio

Steve Montiglio is a profession artist who has done work for film, television and the stage.  He works in a variety of medium.  Montiglio’s work is widely collected, and prints are available on his website.  Follow Steve Montiglio’s work on Instagram.

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