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Mastrangelo’s Art On Exhibit in St. James NY Dec. 14 – Jan.10, 2014

December 14- January 10, 2014

Mills Pond House Gallery

660 Route 25  A

St. James   New York  11780 USA

www.stacarts.org

The Smithtown Township Arts Council (STAC) is one of my favorite arts organizations, so I have maintained my membership, even though I live in Florida and cannot attend its functions. This year I sent my fourth Miniature Sculpture in the environmental series of Water Conservation and Protection.

WATER and the X-FACTOR

You can view all the images and read some background on “Water and the X- Factor” on my blog.  Grate Thoughts » Blog Archive » “Water and The X-Factor” miniature sculpture by Bobbi Mastrangelo

If you do get to see the exhibit Dec. 14 – Jan. 10th, please post your comments below.

5 replies on “Mastrangelo’s Art On Exhibit in St. James NY Dec. 14 – Jan.10, 2014”

Congratulations, very nice piece on display of water meter art. Merry Christmas to you, Al and your family.
Thanks for sharing the photo. Blessings, Peter

The DiGregorio’s

I plan to see your new work at Mills Pond House. The photo of Water and The X-Factor looks very interesting!
Best to you and Al!

Marilyn

Hi Bobbi!

I did see your piece today! It is so well done and I think that it is one of the best ‘little’ boxes that you have done! It is a neat and attractive box and done up in wood and glass!!! Just perfect!!!! Of course, it also sends the message that water is Gold!!! I just don’t know where you get your ideas but this one is unique!

I am glad that I could see it and congratulate you on this perfect work!!!!

I wonder what will be next!

Marilyn Abt

Dear Marilyn Abt,
I truly appreciate your interest and support of my art.

For my next miniature, I am thinking of doing “Agua!” inspired by Jorge Argueta”s “Hablando con Madre Tierra”
(Talking with Mother Earth).

His poem: “El Agua” ends with: “El Agua es sagrada.
Es la sangre de la Madre Tierra.”
(Water is Sacred. It is the blood of Mother Earth.)

I have purchased three of his bi-lingual children’s books. This one is beautifully illustrated by Lucia Angela Perez.
Jorge Argueta has granted me permission to include several quotes (with credits to him, of course) in a future art work. http://www.jorgeargueta.com/index.html

“Gratefully Yours,”
Bobbi Mastrangelo

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