2005 Bobbi Mastrangelo’s NPCW Postcard Dedication: Atlanta Engineer’s Sewer

“Atlanta Engineer’s Sewer,” my 2005 issue for National Post Card Week, is dedicated to my Russian Friends: Alexander Kholopov and Natalie Lamanova who founded the fascinating website in Moscow entitled “Sewers of the World, Unite!” Atlanta Engineer’s Sewer – 1984 Sculpture Relief 36″ x 48 ” x 3″

The Museum of Contemporary Art Benefit

Bobbi Mastrangelo and Yuroz of Los Angeles were featured in The Sentinel Record of Hot Springs Arkansas. They donated art for The Museum of Contemporary Art Fundraiser: April 24, 2005 at the Arlington Hotel. Both artists have been invited to be in the Museum’s Permanent Collection. “Vestige, SC” Sculpture Relief 21”x 17”x 2” Charleston, South Read More …

Rubbings of Manhole and Water Covers

Instructions by the Artist PDF of these instructions Materials: Aquaba rubbing paper, butcher paper, brown wrapping paper or any durable paper, rubbing block or primary crayons (peel off paper wrapping) brush, masking tape, film and camera.     1. FIND AN INTERESTING COVER DESIGN. 2. WRITE DOWN THE STREET ADDRESS AND CITY AND COUNTRY 3. Read More …

“GRATE WORKS” Baltimore Public Works Museum

In Celebration of National Public Works Week “Grate Works” Manhole Cover Exhibit featuring the work of Bobbi Mastrangelo May 1996 Invitation pdf click here The Baltimore Public Works Museum Album (click title to see it ) highlights the moving of artwork to the Bultimore Museum, and the 1996 Exhibition and Reception. Lists of the exhibition Read More …

“Manhole Covers Invitational” NY Hall of Science Corona NY

Grate Works: Manhole & Sewer Main Covers July 2 – Sept 4. You’ll never look at manholes the same way after you see the prints and sculpture reliefs by artist Bobbi Mastrangelo. This artist depicts grates, manholes and sewer main covers in simulated urban environments. She challenges the viewer to see past the dirt and Read More …

“Con Ed Maintenance,” “City Views” Staller Center for the Arts Stony Brook NY

Con Edison Maintenance Precious Waters City Views Monoprints 1987 – “Con Edison Maintenance” Installation – about Installations Original construction 6’ x 7’ x 5.5’ Lighting designs: Scott Soupeck Lent by the artist. Made possible with the support of the New York Foundation for the Arts and the East End Arts Council through the Special Opportunity Read More …

Hazard Waste Site

Story by the Artist Bobbi Creating “Hazardous Waste Site” One of my most unique challenges was creating a “Hazardous Waste Site” visually warning viewers to protect our water supply. The “Outdoor Sculpture Now” exhibition on the grounds of The Islip Museum provided the perfect installation spot. I knew I could use the water supply cover Read More …