Vermont based artist John Cassin specializes in painting wildlife, pen and ink watercolors of architecture, as well as carving the human figure in stone and wood. Mostly self-taught, John learned the mechanics of stone carving from Fred X. Brownstein at the Carving Studio in Rutland, Vermont and studied for a time at the Art Institute of Boston. We were introduced to John from another artist, his wife Mary Giammarino. John's is one of those great undiscovered artist. He creates everything out of the passion within his heart. His work is timeless and evocative.