Bobbi Mastrangelo’s art highlighted in “How to Present Your Art with Impact”

Carolyn Edlund  included a bit about my art in her article “How to Present Your Art with Impact.” She gives  fantastic advice to help advance an art career.  There are many practical suggestions for portfolio presentations and marketing  art.   http://www.artsyshark.com/2010/06/19/how-to-present-your-art-with-impact/  If you have a great presentation on your website, Carolyn Edlund would appreciate your comments and  your website link at www.artsyshark.com I would like to share the Read More …

Bobbi Mastrangelo : finalist in the NRDC Environmental Contest

In celebration of the 40th anniversary of Earth Day, The National Resources Defense Council announced the eleven finalists for our first-ever Environmental Art Prize.NRDC: The NRDC Environmental Art Prize Mary Coelho pic pic pic pic pic Kim & Zach DeBord pic pic pic pic pic Bridget Grady pic pic pic pic pic Saundra McPherson pic Read More …

“The Grate Lady” in the news.

Terri Dyer, reporter correspondent for Reporter- Ledger News of Lakeland FL contacted me for a phone interview.  After all the questions about my manhole art and other interests, she shared some of her interests in the literary and cultural arts.  I sent her a signed  copy of  “From the Heart, Stories of Love and Friendship ” and some Read More …

Decorative Sculptures

Acquedotto My decorative relief sculptures evolved due to the discovery of three elegant Kuliche Frames replicating rare Museum Period Frames.  What treasures!  They were works of art in themselves. Their gilded antique sculpted forms reminded me of the frames I had seen in the Ufizzi Gallery in Florence.  I had no idea how I could Read More …

Great Wall Medallion

Great Wall Medallion   An artistic monogram on a NYC manhole cover inspired the incorporation of Oriental Calligraphy. The symbols have a universal message of hope and aspirations for life. Chinese monosyllabic translation was chosen because it was brief and would fit around the circumference. All the symbols and letters were carved backwards into the Read More …