Mastrangelo’s “Buckeye” at The Butler Institute of American Art

June 28 – August 28, 2011 in Youngstown Ohio

Mastrangelo’s “Buckeye Water Meter Cover”

Bobbi Mastrangelo’s “Buckeye Water Meter” sculpture  relief will be on exhibit at The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio.  It is especially meaningful for Bobbi to be accepted in this prestigious competition, because Youngstown Ohio was her birth place.  This years’ exhibit which features works in all two dimensional media, was judged by the well-known New Jersey painter, historian and curator, Gary T. Erbe. 

The 75th Annual Juried Midyear Exhibition at

The Butler Institute: Youngstown, Ohio

 runs from June 28 to August 28, 2011.  

Meet the Artists Reception & Awards Ceremony: Sunday June 26, 2011   12:00  Noon – 3:00 PM.

This event is free: reservations are required, though.  Call 330.743.1107, ext. 210 on or before June 22, 2011 to reserve.

The Butler Institute was the first museum dedicated to American art. The original structure, dedicated in 1919, is a McKim, Mead and White architectural masterpiece listed on the National Register of Historic places.  The museum’s mission is to preserve and collect works of art in all media created by citizens of our country. The Institute’s holdings now exceed 20,000 individual works. The Butler Institute  is known worldwide as “America’s Museum.”

http://www.butlerart.com

12 thoughts on “Mastrangelo’s “Buckeye” at The Butler Institute of American Art

  1. Awesome! So glad you are feeling better & are continuing to share your beautiful work!!! I feel a road trip coming on to Youngstown….

    Love,
    Your Niece, Laura

  2. Hi Bobbi
    Good to hear from you.
    I sent your e-mail to my cousin who lives in
    Akron and has family in Youngstown, Ohio.
    Wishing you all the best,
    Gloria Muci
    at Solivita

  3. Thank you for the update and congratulations on the work at the Butler!

    – Gerald Mead
    Curator of Education and Outreach, Burchfield-Penney
    Art Center, Buffalo, NY

  4. Hi Bobbi:
    Thanks for keeping in touch. I love to see what past PACE (Postcard Art Competition & Exhibition) artists are up to. Why don’t you enter this time? Check it out at http://www.lcfpd.org/pace. The deadline is July 11th.

    Sincerely,
    Debra Gust
    Image and Licensing Specialist
    Curt Teich Postcard Archives
    Lake County Discovery Museum
    27277 Forest Preserve Road
    Wauconda, IL 60084
    http://www.teicharchives.org
    [email protected]
    phone 847-968-3381
    fax 847-526-1545

    http://www.teicharchives.blogspot.com/
    Check out my blog:
    Life in Postcard Mirror

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    http://www.lcfpd.org/html_lc/pace/
    pace email: [email protected]

  5. This artist, Bobbi Mastrangelo, has once again proven her great skill in replicating iron grates. We see that the exhibit “Buckeye-of-Ohio”, (the name synonymous with the great State in which she shares such fond memories), has been built with much diligence to detail, coloring, contrast , and altogether is most admirable for an object which, until now, went unnoticed as being unattractive by most of us.

  6. Dear Bobbi,
    You are amazing in that you are getting more and more shows. Congratulations–I am very proud of you and happy for you.
    You have made your dream come true.
    Love to you and Al
    –Linda

  7. Dear Bobbi,
    I’m very proud of you, with “Water Works” sculptures, as a many award-winning artist.
    “Water Works” and “Buckeye” are sure to be admirable Art Exhibits.
    I wish I may live to visit them.
    Sincerely,
    Masayuki Shiga
    Your Japanese Pen Pal

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  9. Bobbi,
    I think about you often and wish the distances
    were not so far. I love your work and find it original.
    I love to see your new things from time to time.
    Your Maryvale Class Mate,
    Mary Ann Haring Sanchez in CA

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