President & Founder
Debra Rerick - Capobianco has over twenty years of corporate art experience as the founder and president of her own firm and successfully managed a staff of up to fifteen employees on projects in the corporate, healthcare and boutique hotel industries. She is a graduate of Providence College with a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Studio Art, studying art history, photography, calligraphy, drawing and silkscreen.
Debra has worked with clients, facility managers and interior designers on a local, regional and national level to bring customized art solutions that express culture, values and a vision to their staff and the public. The scope of the projects Corporate Art Group, Inc. has worked on ranges from a small office to a 300 room hotel to a restaurant chain with 1500 locations. Her vision has always been to provide clients with exceptional service, creative ideas and quality artwork and custom framing.
Alisha Capobianco was born and raised in East Greenwich, RI. Growing up in a very artistic family and being exposed to creativity at the young age, Alisha followed her path to art. Her professional career being as a design assistant for Exquisite Events, RI. As she developed a base in the design industry she began other projects such as re-designing the interior of a law office, to set dressing for the film “At Home with Mystic”.
Currently, Alisha allocates her time between NYC & Rhode Island, making connections in both urban and rural environments. Alisha acknowledges the value of her proper Interior Design education from Parsons, the New School for Design and contributes this to her success.
She is the lead historical researcher for hundreds of projects around the nation. From small facilities to procuring over 350 pieces for a 260,000 sq/ft facility, Alisha has the patience and aesthetic to make projects succeed. Her knowledge, talent, and creativity is paramount to Corporate Art Group.
Brian Corey Jr.
Brian was born and raised in South Providence, RI. From a young age, he was always a “hands on” type, with creative qualities. From baking bagels and cakes, to working on construction sites, Brian always enjoyed a variety of challenging projects where he could learn new skills, while putting existing experience to use. Brian is a very dedicated father to his young son Maximillian; both enjoy outdoors activities such as fly fishing, canoeing, and spending time at the beach.
Brian is an expert custom picture framer and, over the past 3 years, has performed over a hundred installations, ranging in complexity. Drawing upon his "jack-of-all-trades" background, Brian has been the creative force behind countless one-of-a-kind sculptural pieces, as well as engineering solutions for attaching art to non-traditional surfaces. Brian takes great pride in the precision, attention to detail, and creativity that he brings to each phase of a client's project. He is an invaluable resource for Corporate Art Group.