Bobbi Mastrangelo and Florida Artists Registry Members exhibit at OMA’s First Thursday Event on Aug. 1, 2013

Bobbi Mastrangelo joins her colleagues from Florida Artists Registry in an Invitational Exhibition at OMA’s “First Thursday’s” Event: August 1, 2013 from 6:00 – 9:00 PM.

Artists is a community of Visual Artists. Florida Artists Registry connects artists together with galleries, museums and arts organizations. Florida Artists Registry places artwork of its members before thousands of art collectors worldwide.

Here are the sculpture relief works Bobbi Mastrangelo will be exhibiting:

“City of Orlando” 31″ x 48″ x 3″

Story about the creation of “City of Orlando:”



“Reuse” 17″ x 12″ x 2″

“Glendora Water ‘” 18″ x 14″ x 2

1st Thursdays

“Orlando’s original art party” is the award-winning 1st Thursdays presented by the Associates, the OMA’s volunteer support group committed to expanding OMA membership andencouraging the appreciation of the visual arts. From 6 – 9 pm on the first Thursday of each month, OMA showcases a new theme with works by local artists, live music, cash bars serving wine, beer, soft drinks and water, and café offerings from area restaurants.

Admission to 1st Thursdays is free for Orlando Museum of Art Members, $10 for non-members, and includes access to the OMA’s featured exhibitions. Parking is free at Orlando Loch Haven Park and overflow parking is available at the Orlando Science Center’s parking garage for $5 per vehicle.

For more information about events or to volunteer at 1st Thursdays, please call 407 896 4231 x260, or click here to email.

If you wish to join or learn more about the exhibiting group, click here: Artists

22 thoughts on “Bobbi Mastrangelo and Florida Artists Registry Members exhibit at OMA’s First Thursday Event on Aug. 1, 2013

  1. For August 1st 2013

    Our own local Poinciana Artist, Bobbi Mastrangelo is doing it again! She will be exhibiting with Florida Artists Registry on August 1st at the Orlando Museum of Art’s First Thursday Event. Don’t miss out!

    Melody Dodie Lupo Nadal
    Poinciana Pros

  2. bobbi

    great news for your exhibit.

    glad to read and know that you are going well and the Lord continues to bless you

    best wishes

    fernando idalia and emilie toooo
    from Solivita

  3. “Hi Bobbi – I’m so happy for you. What a beautiful piece to have on display in an impressive venue. Miss you, too! We had some fun gatherings at your home.
    Hi to Al!”
    Amy Neff

  4. I so wish I could be there. I will be interviewing candidates for Miss Poinciana.
    Please take pics and send me some so I can show you off on Poinciana Pros and facebook! So proud to have you in my life and circle of friends, I have to brag! 😉
    Melody Nadal

  5. Hi Bobbi,
    It’s always nice to see your new work!!! I want to let you know about my new book, which is now available on I have attached our press release and front cover for you.
    Stay well and keep up the “Grate Work”!!!
    Best Wishes,
    Rhonda White
    Solivita Author

  6. Bobbi –
    All your friends know what an exceptional person you are as well as an accomplished artist. Knowing you has changed my life…now, everywhere I go, I LOOK for manhole covers to see the design! On a recent 52 day trip I took photos of three very interesting manhole covers…I would have taken many more, but we had a lot of rain and some days it was hard to get a shot that was not ruined by raindrops! The pictures will be coming your way today.
    All the best to you,
    Marge Weldy

  7. Hi Bobbi,
    Wishing you continued success on tomorrow. Looking forward to attending one of your exhibits in the future.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Sarita (Who met you at Starbucks)

  8. Realism turned to fantasy!
    Tell me how you create these works?
    Nick Bingham at OMA’s 1st Thursday Event

  9. Hi Bobbi,

    Pray all went well with your exhibit. Your work is awesome!!! What a gift from GOD to share with the world.
    I’m looking forward to sharing your web site with family and friends.
    I must say I too really, really miss Starbucks in Poinciana FL. However you never know what the future holds. Maybe they’ll be back!!!

    Continued success,

  10. Here is an excerpt from Seth Kubersky’s coverage of OMA’s 1st Thursday on August 1, 2013:

    Orlando Museum of Art’s August 1st Thursday event featured an eclectic array of works from nearly 50 different members of, Jeffrey Shonkwiler’s online artist network.

    The work varied so widely in form and content – from Nahila Campos’ surreal cityscape to Paris Carter’s B & W selfies to Bobbi Mastrangelo’s faux manholes – that it’s impossible to make meaningful comparisons between them, though I won’t argue with the “Best of Show” ribbon awarded to Sabrina Etheridge’s haunting portrait “Grace.”

    By Seth Kubersky “Live Active Cultures”
    Orlando Weekly
    Published August 7, 2013

  11. I see “Sanitary Sewer” grates all over town (living in Northern Arizona) and laugh because it seems absurd. What is so sanitary about a sewer? I think about you when I see the grates. Hope all is well.
    National Association of Women Artists

  12. Sewer covers don’t seem SANITARY and they are sometimes smelly and dirty or even littered. But as a blogger from Peru says: With out the Sewers and their covers we would have sewage in the streets and alleys and that would be very UNSANITARY.

    “Gratefully yours!”
    Bobbi Mastrangelo
    The Manhole Artist

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