The Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland has accepted Charles Fazzino’s art created for the Salt Lake City Olympic Games into its permanent collection. Fazzino has painted seven Olympic Games for the United States Olympic Committee and is currently working on his collection for Sochi in 2014.
Proud to Be Included in The Olympic Museum’s Collection
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“I’m proud to have my artwork included in The Olympic Museum’s collection,” stated Charles Fazzino. “Painting the Olympic Games was a goal of mine since I was a child. Being able to capture the majesty and the message of this larger-than-life global event is a challenge I enjoy taking on every two years. I hope my collection accurately tells the story of the Olympics from the year 2,000 on.”