It is every artist's dream to be able to display artwork at a special location. So when I received this request I was delighted to participate.
I hope you and your family are doing well. I am writing because we are getting ready to open our second location in Patchogue, and I thought of you, and your wonderful grates. We are going with a steampunk theme, with pipes and gauges, and we're looking for pieces that we'll keep up for a while. I don't know if you have any pieces that may need a home, but if there is, I'd love to show it. Your work would look so good at Toast Coffeehouse.
Director of Operations at Toast Coffeehouse.
(Received via LinkedIn.com July 29, 2015)
I in 2003, I had a one woman exhibit at Toast Coffee House in Port Jefferson New York. It was a very successful exhibit even covered by Newsday. Terry Scarlatos is a very talented chef who created an artful ambiance at that restaurant. I felt honored to have my work highlighted at his second location. Steam Punk Art was a whole new arena for me and I rose to the occasion.
Bobbi Mastrangelo's "Grate Works of Art" featured at Toast Coffeehouse in Patchogue, NY.