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Q & A: Architect discovers joy of digital art

Victor Cinquino of Saratoga Springs started experimenting with art-making software about 10 years ago, and now it’s his passion, a way to express himself beyond the boundaries of architectural projects.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Victor Cinquino of Saratoga Springs started experimenting with art-making software about 10 years ago, and now it’s his passion, a way to express himself beyond the boundaries of architectural projects.
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Sitting at his computer in a historic building on Saratoga’s Phila Street, Victor Cinquino lives a double life. Sometimes he’s an architect, and other times he’s an abstract artist. Last July, Cinquino (pronounced sin-QUEE-no) opened CinquiStudio, a boutique gallery in the old Palmetto Fruit Warehouse that has a second-floor view of the carousel in Congress Park. The sleek, stylish art space was not only designed by Cinquino and serves as his personal office space, its ...


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