“Plastics Under Cover” – “Grate Works of Art” on exhibit at Orlando History Center

“Plastics Under Cover” “Grate Works of Art” my current exhibit has “Un Covered” new and exciting challenges. In a regular museum or gallery, labels only present a few details like the title and size of an art work. But a History Museum, like Orlando’s Orange County Regional History Center, wants to “Un Cover” all the Read More …

“Con Edison Concert” “Sight Unseen: Touchable Sculpture” Albin Polasek Museum,

“Sight Unseen: Touchable Sculpture” Tuesday, December 7, 2015 – Sunday, April 17, 2016 at The Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens in Winter Park Florida. DO TOUCH the ART. The Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens presents its new exhibition, “Sight Unseen: Touchable Sculpture,” running December 8, 2015 – April 17, 2016. The museum encourages visitors Read More …

“Best of the Best” at City Hall Mayor’s Gallery: Orlando FL

“When?” Fiber Art Relief:  31” x 23” x 3”  Here is the story of its creation:  http://www.bobbimastrangelo.com/story/When.php Here is some background information about the creation of “Inside 52GA-R:”  Grate Thoughts » Blog Archive » “Inside/Out” Mastrangelo exhibits Three “Grate Works” at Orlando Museum of Art’s 1st Thursday: 6-9 P.M. May 1, 2014 “Three Sewers” (A Read More …

” Water Works” Toho Water Authority Kissimmee FL

TOHO WATER AUTHORITY INVITES PUBLIC TO ATTEND WATER REFLECTIONS ART EXHIBIT (Press Release) KISSIMMEE FLORIDA:  Toho Water Authority is hosting a Water Reflections Art Exhibit geared towards providing a unique opportunity for both water professionals and the community they serve to join together in recognizing the vital role water plays in our daily lives. The exhibit will continue 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 …