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“Manhole Messages” Exhibit at Long Island Mac Arthur Airport May 20th – June 31, 2013

Arts On Long Island  ————————————————  Manhole Messages  at Long Island MacArthur Airport 100 Arrival Avenue  Ronkonkoma, NY 11779  631-467-3210 May 20 – June 31 Works by Bobbi Mastrangelo  from the Islip Art Museum permanent collection “We’re All Connected” (detail)

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Bobbi Mastrangelo, Artist with Patriotic Passion

Poinciana artist merges sculptures with a sense of patriotism and pride in being an American. June 27th, 2011 by  Michael Freeman  Solivita’s Bobbi Mastrangelo’s art piece Buckeye Water Meter wall relief is now on exhibit through August 28th at The Butler Institute of American Art in Youngstown, Ohio – where she was born. (Photo courtesy […]

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Grandson Drew’s Flag for Veterans’ Day 2010

Veterans Day 2010 Remember our Vets Honor Our Military Our grandson, Drew enthusiastically painted his version of The American Flag when he was only seven.  Will he maintain his patriotism as an adult?  How will he view the election campaigns as an adult? Drew at Bat   “Whoever wants to know the heart and mind of […]

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Bobbi Mastrangelo’s “American Pride” for National Post Card Week 2009

Each year Bobbi Mastrangelo selects one of her art images for National Post Card Week which is celebrated annually during the first full week in May. Over one hundred fifty persons trade cards during the spring and summer season. Post Card Collectors, also called Deltiologists, have participated in the NPCW Exchange for twenty six years. […]

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AMERICAN PRIDE SCULPTURE

The patriotic theme for National Post Card Week 2009 would be based on a new sculpture relief. After many sketches, I arrived at a satisfactory design of a patriotic manhole cover for a sidewalk scene.  Once it was completed, I set it into a durable foam piece. To look authentic, it needed random side-walk cracks. […]