EDUCATION 1993 Bachelor of Science in Studio Art, Florida State University

FERRARI GALLERY    2009 - 2018, Owner, Curator


2003 Group Show; Useppa Island, Bocilia, Fl

2004 Group Show; Saks Fifth Ave

2005 Group Show; Naples Botanical Garden

2006 Juried Show; Art House, Group Shoe; J3 at Space 39 Gallery

2007 Solo Show, Ferrari Gallery

2008 Juried Show; Alliance of The Arts Museum

2009 Juried Show,; Western Art Tour, Aspen, Beaver Creek & Boulder, CO

2010 Solo Show; KOR Gallery

2012 Juried Show; Loveland Sculpture Invitational

2015 Invitational Show; National Sculpture Society, NY, NY

2015 Guest Artist; Automobile Fine Arts Society, Pebble Beach, CA

2017 Ferrari, Ferrari, Campbell & Stone, Ferrari Gallery group show, Pagosa Springs, CO


Times Of The Islands, Naples Sun Times, WINK TV, The News Press, WGCU Gulf Coast University, PBS, Gulf Coast Times, Pagosa Sun, Vail News, Fine Art Connoisseur, Naples Botanical Gardens, Cavallino Magazine


2009 Second Place, New Art International

2017 Outposts Public Art Sculpture for Bernalillo County Arts Board, Albuquerque, NM


"Victory", Florida State University

"Bermans Breach", Chris & Katherine Berman, ESPN

"A Collaboration", International Museum of Collage & Assemblage

Follow Me


James Ferrari


Artist Biography

"My mission is to  breath new life into unusable Ferrari car parts and redefine the relationship between the natural and mechanical worlds through my art."

James Ferrari expresses himself through his passion for Ferrari cars and metal working.

He was born in Bronxville, NY in 1969 and grew up splitting his time between New York and Southwest Florida.

His Italian roots started with his great, great, great, grandfather, Allesandro Ferrari ( 1845) who owned a farm in Parma, Italy. His great grandparents, Domenic and Angelina ( Moruzzi) moved to America in 1898.

Ferrari's passion to become a metal sculptor was ignited during his last semester at Florida State University while finishing his studio arts degree.  In 1993, the University purchased Ferrari's first steel sculpture titled, "Victory" as a public art piece for the Bobby E. Leach Center.


Copyright © james ferrari. All rights reserved.