Bobbi Mastrangelo Featured in October Manhole Madness

Sunday, October 23rd, 2016


Michelle contacted me in September 2016, for permission to be included in her upcoming “October Manhole Madness” Blog Project. Would I say OK? Are you kidding? Her topic is a Manhole Artist’s Dream. I wondered how she would cover the topic for a total of 31 days! Well, I have been amazed and dazed by the variety and the artistry in all of her presentations.

On October 23, 2016 Michelle Ward introduced me on her blog:”Cover Girl”Bobbi Mastrangelo: covered many aspects of my art world and artistry including: art post cards, sculpture relief works and how they are created, embossed metal pieces, giclee prints and fiber art.


Here is a quote from Michelle Ward’s Blog: “Bobbi Mastrangelo is a mixed media artist like us – creating with several mediums in many sizes. Bobbi makes one-of-a-kind sculptures, with a long list of distinguished collectors, and she creates affordable prints and reliefs too. Incorporating paper casting, printmaking, sculpture, and paint – she is inventive, creative, and an environmental activist.

Her career began as an elementary school teacher, but she eventually found her way to art-making and has been at it for thirty-seven years. Bobbi’s site is very extensive and there is a lot to see. Visit her site and her blog at”

PS  Michelle Ward invites you to visit the whole month of October Manhole Madness. She and all the artists presented would welcome your comments. You just may catch the bug and be “Mad about Manhole Covers” in all forms!

Bobbi Mastrangelo’s Post Card Albums In Yorktown NY Museum Archives

Saturday, October 22nd, 2016

The York Yorktown Museum in New York now houses my post card collections in their archives.


Bobbi Mastrangelo and Her NPCW Post Card Collection

In 2015 I affiliated with American Art Collector who published 1,000 post cards of each artist’s work each year.  From 1991 to 2015, I had been sending, saving and filing post cards related to National Post Card Week (NPCW).  After 24 years, I decided to donate my collections and concentrate on my art career. Post Card Enthusiasts and Deltiologists will be able to view the whole collection at The Yorktown NY Museum: 

You are welcome to receive Free Post Cards from my older collection or American Art Collector Post Cards.  Send a SASE for Four Free Cards or two stamps for Eight Free Post Cards.  E-mail me for my address:  Many of these post cards cards are still available:

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