Bobbi Mastrangelo’s “Mueller Water” on Exhibit in STAC Members’ Show, St. James, NY, October 14 – December 10, 2017

Thursday, October 5th, 2017

Smithtown Township Arts Council (STAC) presents:

Member Artist Showcase

 A Unique Exhibition of Original Fine Art for Sale by Member Artists

Exhibit Dates: October 14 thru December 10, 2017

Mueller Water (Fiber Art by Bobbi Mastrangelo

Mueller Water (Fiber Art) by Bobbi Mastrangelo

Mueller Water is based on a hand hole water cover typically 3-4″ in diameter. Mastrangelo has a whole file of small water covers she has discovered on urban sidewalks. This Paper Casting “cover” is floated above the artist’s hand made paper which is also raised above the antiqued, embossed paper background.

Mueller Water 10" x 8" x 1.5" (side view)

Mueller Water 10″ x 8″ x 1.5″ (side view)

When Bobbi Mastrangelo lived on Long Island, she was an active member of the Smithtown Township Arts Council.  The organization is very dedicated to a host of talented artists, so Mastrangelo maintains her membership and participates in their annual exhibit.

mills-pond-house-watercolor by Katherine Hiscox

Mills Pond House: Painting by Katherine Hiscox

Please share the news with Long Island Residents.

If you get a chance to see the exhibit, please comment on Bobbi’s  Blog.

Thanks and “Grate Wishes” for Magnificent Holidays

Mills Pond Gallery

660 Route 25A St. James, NY 11780

www.stacarts.org 631-862-6575

gallery@stacarts.org

Bobbi Mastrangelo’s ‘Grate Works of Art’ News 12 Interview on You Tube

Monday, June 3rd, 2013

On October 12, 1998 the News 12 Team: Sara Muller, Reporter and Bryan Kane, Videographer interviewed me at Arline Hershberg’s Prism Gallery in Port Jefferson. It was a One Woman Exhibition and my sculpture relief pieces, works on canvas and hand made paper filled both floors of the gallery.

 They asked me to explain how I created my relief works and printed my embossments on hand made paper.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

# 197 on Relief on Canvas                          Port Jefferson Print

Then we took the interview out on Main Street to see the manhole covers that had been painted green and the water covers that were painted blue by Port Jefferson Students for the Maritime Festival.

Painting Sewer Covers 

Watch  the TV Interview of  “Grate Works of Art” by clicking on this link.  Please share the video with your family and friends and add your comments below.

Bobbi Mastrangelo’s ‘Grate Works of Art’ – YouTube


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