Stephen Mutsugoroh DiCerbo

 illustrator, fine artist, printmaker

About   the   Artist

Stephen DiCerbo grew up wandering about and exploring the Adirondack Mountain Region of upstate New York.  Ever enchanted by the outdoor surroundings he had sought out; Stephen expressed this wonder of the natural world in the art he produced.  He obtained an Associate of Science Degree in Fish and Wildlife Technology in the early eighties, and years later, pursued and completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Science Illustration.

Traversing through the northeast United States and New England, Oregon, Montana, Colorado, Wyoming, and Washington State he has pursued a quest for more knowledge and experiences in varied environmental settings.

He has traveled to Japan and studied with a Master Gyotaku Printmaker, to refine and advance his technique in Kansetsu-ho and Chokusetsu-ho Japanese Fish printing. After 10 years of study with Sensei Yamamoto, he was honored with the title of Master Gyotaku printmaker and given the Artist’s name, Mutsugoroh

Currently, Stephen works out of Stormtree Studio in North Hudson, New York, in the Central Adirondack area.  He practices Natural Science Illustration as well as fine art and printmaking, specializing in Ichthyologic subject matter.

Stephen teaches fine art Gyotaku fish printing workshops, both at Stormtree Studio and other art facilities. 

For info, contact: (518) 466-7004