Albert Thomas Cozzi was born May 23, 1929 in Baltimore, Maryland. He served in the army in Japan 1951-53. After his army service he enrolled in the Baltimore City College of Maryland Art Institute and the Le Millet School of Art. He graduated from both.
Albert and Connie, his wife of 30 years, had four children. His second wife, Sheila died in October 2006. Albert has lived in Baltimore, Maryland and York, Pennsylvania but presently lives in the village of Lady Lake, Florida.
Albert has taken great delight in creating religious art. He has created considerable religious art for the Maryland publisher, Barton-Cotton, Inc. and various other companies. Albert works in oil, watercolor and acrylics.
In the past Albert created many card designs for Printery House and some of them have proven so popular that they are still offered in our current 2008 catalog.
Albert could not support his family by doing only art. While doing art on the side he has worked as Art Director of an advertising agency and for some printing firms in Baltimore and York, PA.
Albert says this about his life; "I've had a pretty normal, average life--nothing exciting! My greatest pride is my four wonderful children."