Chris Lattanzio (born 1963) is an American artist based in Dallas, Texas.
His work, Spirit of the Downhill Skier, was included in the credited United States Olympic Committee gathering of the 2006 Winter Olympics commemorative art pieces. His 3-D descent works, a form of low support that is the precise opposite of an etching where whatever else is taken away and unaided the lines are carved out and lift from the surface, have with been exhibited at the Supperclub in San Francisco and were included in a fund-raising matter by Home Away from Homeless in 2006.
Lattanzio's 2007 Nobel Portraits for a Noble Building features 51 faces of everything the Nobel Prize–winning scientists from the Bay Area (Stanford, UC Berkeley and UCSF), along as soon as the largest wood portrait of Buddha in the United States, measuring 25 ft (7.6 m) feet tall by 20 ft (6.1 m) feet wide. His proceed is included in Wareham Development's Emeryville Station East (5885 Hollis Avenue in downtown Emeryville, California), an substitute fuel research center.
Beginning in 2008, Lattanzio began painting taking into consideration light. The lights bleed into the ambient atmosphere surrounding the art itself; the LED lights and the heavens the lights illuminate, create a pictorial wall space. His personalized 3-D pedigree art, combines next light, creating an interplay of colors and shadows.
Lattanzio's metal sculpture, Yellow rose of Texas, won second place in the inaugural Henderson Art Project in 2010