Born in Worcester, Massachusetts, during the Age of Aquarius, Christopher Louis D’Errico didn’t grow up drawing or painting much, but he probably enjoyed coloring books and occasionally made use of his hands fiddling with paper, scissors and glue to make collages and alleviate boredom so as not to get hooked on hard drugs. He never had any interest in attending “art school” but he did briefly attend “college” in Stovepipe Wells, California—but apparently it wasn’t an “accredited” college. D’Errico dropped out after a few “semesters” so as to pursue his dream of drifting aimlessly throughout his early to mid-twenties. In the 90s and again in the 2000s—between bouts of heavy drinking and sometimes during—D’Errico played blues harmonica in bands around the New England area, wrote and published poems in small literary journals few people ever heard of, and began working a never-ending series of dead-end jobs that ate away at his soul. Now middle-aged and living in Las Vegas, Nevada, D’Errico has decided to call himself an “Abstract Painter and Collagist”—hence this website. Currently, there are no hoity-toity Art Exhibitions in any major metropolis exclusively featuring D’Errico’s artwork, neither are there any prestigious museums known to be interested in purchasing anything from him for their private collection. There is a nice family in Peoria, Illinois that wants to commission D’Errico to spray paint their brand new horse stable. That’s something. Stay tuned. Thanks for reading.