Mario Della Rossa
Mario was born in San Martino al Tagliamento, a small town northeast of Venice, Italy in 1942. As a young man, he pursued his studies in the School of Mosaic in Spilimbergo, Italy. He successfully completed the program and graduated in 1959.
Mario immigrate to Toronto, Canada in 1964 to join his sister and family. After having worked for Conn Art Studio for seven years, Mario formed a partnership with Luigi Nasato.
Collecitvley they have created many masterpieces that can be found all over Ontario, with a main focus in the City of Toronto. Some of these works include: "12 Apostles"; "Miracle of the five loaves and two fish"; "Baptism of Christ"; "Portrait of St. John Bosco"; "Parable of the Good Sheppard"; "Chalice of the Holy Eucharist"; "Portrait of St. Helen"; "Portrait of Our lady Sorrows"; "Holy Trinity"; "Ascension of Our Lord"; and "Lady of Perpetual Help", all of which are showcased in various different Catholic churches across Toronto and the GTA.