Bobbi Mastrangelo’s “City of Orlando” received Honorable Mention on www.FourPointsContemporary.com competition.

 “City of Orlando” 47″ x 31″ x 3″ Four Points Contemporary was established to foster and encourage the development of visual art, engage in scholarly research and assist the careers of visual artists. The 4th Biannual competition was juried from submissions that were received from approximately 300 entries globally. This competition showcases a wide variety of Read More …

“Turning Manhole Covers into Art” by Barbara Sieminski for TheMunicipal.com., highlights Bobbi Mastrangelo’s Manhole Art

Barbara Sieminski, author of “Turning Manhole Covers into Art” discovered Bobbi Mastrangelo’s manhole art on the web while researching foundries and manhole covers.  This abridged Blog version, includes Bobbi’s Manhole Art. Some cities hold occasional “Art in the Street” competitions during long summer days, where boulevards are closed off and chalk artists of all ages come Read More …

Three Sewers = A Home Run in Stickball

  Three Sewers (Stickball Tribute) Mastrangelo’s sculpture relief 34″ x 30 ” x 4″ ABOUT STICKBALL:  Stickball was a game that turned the landscape of the city street into an asphalt field of dreams for kids who wanted to play baseball nearby.  An old broom handle morphed into a bat, manhole covers and car tires Read More …

Bobbi Mastrangelo won Fifth Prize on “CityScapes” sponsored by Light Space & Time Online Gallery

“Port Washington” 60″ x 40″ x 3″ sculpture relief by Bobbi Mastrangelo I am delighted to be a prize winner in this fourth annual CityScapes Exhibition.  This competition was posted in Florida Artists Registry and theme fit my urban streets capes, so I submitted my manhole sculpture relief images. The Light Space & Time Online Read More …

Bobbi Mastrangelo’s Artisode #108 on You Tube

Bobbi Mastrangelo with “The Square Route of Water.” Here I am in my studio with a relief based on an actual scene in Riverhead NY.  You will also be able to see it and many other art works based on manhole covers, water covers, grates and drains in this video on You Tube :  ▶ Read More …

“Water and The X-Factor” miniature sculpture by Bobbi Mastrangelo

WATER and METER intersected at right angles with the T in the middle. Why water is at the crossroads of our lives I thought as I gazed at the water valve cover.  And that was my working theme as I began my fourth miniature sculpture. But after watching Simon Cowell’s music competition, The X-Factor, ideas Read More …

Bobbi Mastrangelo Featured in WUFC-TV Artisode #108 0n Nov. 21, 2013

Catch a new weekly local arts series featuring every genre of art in Central Florida and across the Nation. “WUCF Artisodes” Artisodes is aired weekly on Thursdays at 8:00 PM on WUCF-TV in Central Florida.  Previous Artisodes, 101 – 105 can be viewed on You Tube. Posted in the WUCF- TV  Artisode Schedule:  “November 21, Read More …

“God Bless America” at Attleboro Arts Museum Benefit Auction Oct. 11 – Nov. 2. 2013

Since 2001, I have been donating art for Attleboro Art Museum’s annual fundraiser.  Proceeds from the auction fund colorful and innovative arts programs for all levels of artists and art students.  The on-line bidding is now open.  Here is a chance to purchase art at a reasonable price and support the arts too. View all the Read More …

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 Registry.com 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 Read More …

Bobbi Mastrangelo’s ‘Grate Works of Art’ News 12 Interview on You Tube

On October 12, 1998 the News 12 Team: Sara Muller, Reporter and Bryan Kane, Videographer interviewed me at Arline Hershberg’s Prism Gallery in Port Jefferson. It was a One Woman Exhibition and my sculpture relief pieces, works on canvas and hand made paper filled both floors of the gallery.  They asked me to explain how Read More …