Mark Pomilio’s current research has focused on creating images, which embody principles of geometry, fractals, cloning and single cell manipulation. These interests have led to invitations to lecture nationally, on topics as diverse as art and mathematics and the role the visual arts can play, in understanding the social ramifications of advances in the Life Sciences. His artwork has been featured in solo museum and gallery exhibitions nationally and internationally, including Luxehill Museum in Chengdu, China, Xu Beihong Art Academy, Renmin University of China, in Beijing, the Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Salapetriere, in Paris, France, and Art Resources Transfer, in New York City. Mark Pomilio is represented by Bentley Gallery, Phoenix, AZ, LewAllen Galleries, Santa Fe, NM and LAMINA Project, New York, NY.

Originally from Philadelphia, Mr. Pomilio is currently living and working in Phoenix, Arizona. Where he is a Professor of Painting and Drawing within the School of Art, at Arizona State University’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts.