Di Fronzo holds a BFA from the University of California (Fullerton) and moved east to study at the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts where he earned an MFA. He was also the recipient, in 2004, of the Pew Fellowship in the Arts. The artist lives in California. See more HERE.
There is something lonesome about the work. Empty, unmoving trains or train crossings are often featured. Other subjects include seemingly deserted buildings and airplances. All are bathed in a soft light. They are realistic but at the same time so "painterly." These works are also, for lack of a better way of putting it, quite American.